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China violated Indian airspace in HP twice: HP DGP

The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China had violated Indian airspace twice in the month of April at Samdo in Lahaul Spiti district twice, Director General of Police (DGP), Sanjay said on Wednesday.

Talking to the media, Kundu said two Chinese choppers had entered in Indian airspace on 11 April and 20 April at Samdo near Kaurik, the last point on the strategic Hindustan-Tibet road, located at around 344 km from Shimla.

“We had reported the airspace violation in April to the state government and a report in this regard was sent to the Union government,” he said, adding however, there were no reports of Chinese incursion into Indian territory after the 15 June clash at Galvan border in Ladakh.

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