Le truppe cinesi entrarono a Ladakh

Le truppe cinesi, verso settembre-ottobre dello scorso anno, entrarono nel territorio indiano lungo la linea di controllo, nel sud-est della regione di Ladakh minacciando un imprenditore e la sua squadra, facendo arrestare la loro attività in un “capannone passeggero”.

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Leh/Srinagar : Chinese troops entered Indian territory along the Line of Actual Control in south-eastern Ladakh region some time in September-October last year and threatened a contractor and his team to halt work on a “passenger shed”.The Chinese troops, which included motorcycle-borne personnel of People’s Liberation Army (PLA), entered Gombir area in Demchok region in Jammu and Kashmir and threatened the civilian workers who were building the shed, the plan for which was cleared by the state Rural Development Department, according to details accessed by PTI. The area where the incident took place is about 300 km south-east of Leh district headquarters. An official report, which was prepared after a meeting of officials from the civilian administration, Army, central security agencies and Indo-Tibetan Border Police, stated that a passenger shed was approved at an estimated cost of Rs 2 lakh to be built at ‘T’ point in village Gombir under the Border Area Development Project of the Ministry of Home Affairs. The Chinese army, PLA, came to the ‘T’ point and asked the contractor to stop the work, the report said. An official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said the arrival of Chinese troops, triggered panic among the workers who rushed to the nearby Army post for help. The Army asked the state government to maintain status quo, the report said and added that the 3 Infantry Division asked the state government to take the permission of the Ministry of Defence before carrying out any construction activities within at least 50 km of the Line of Actual Control. When contacted, Lt Col J S Brar, who officiates as spokesperson for Leh-based 14 Corps, refused to comment on the issue. According to the report, the civil administration proceeded on field verification to the area on October 2, and the next day, the Army wrote to the administration to seek the Defence Ministry’s clearance for any project within 50 km of border. The civil administration said it was baffled by the Army’s missive as this would mean the entire Nyoma sub-division would get affected in the matter of developmental work. The state government had planned construction of seven link-roads in Nyoma and Damchok areas to increase connectivity and provide job opportunity to the people of the remote region. The Chinese troops, which had entered Indian territory in June and July 2009, also carried out such an exercise in November 2009 when its troops threatened Indian workers to stop road construction in Ladakh. The road construction was taking place in the Demchok sector, which was stopped after the Defence Ministry raised objections with then Deputy Commissioner (Leh) A K Sahu.

Fonte: Dossier Tibet, 10 gennaio 2011

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