No report of Chinese incursion in Kashmir: AntonySeptember 5th, 2012 - 9:25 pm ICT by IANS
New Delhi, Sep 5 (IANS) Defence Minister A.K. Antony Wednesday said there was no report of any Chinese incursion in Jammu and Kashmir but stressed that the areas along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) were under constant army surveillance.
“No report of Chinese incursion has been received from the government of Jammu and Kashmir,” Antony told the Rajya Sabha, the upper house, in a written reply.
“The areas along LAC are kept under constant surveillance by regular patrolling by troops and other aerial, optronic and electronic means,” Antony added.
Antony had held talks with his Chinese counterpart Gen. Liang Guanglie here Tuesday and conveyed India’s concerns over the massive military build-up by China on its side of the border.
He had also conveyed New Delhi’s concerns about China’s activities in the Pakistan-controlled Kashmir.
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