Monday, March 4, 2024

China refutes Indian media allegation of PLA choppers’ invading Indian airspace

China’s Ministry of National Defense refuted Monday Indian media’s report which alleged that a Chinese military helicopter invaded Indian airspace.

Indian media forged factually incorrect stories, said the ministry when asked by press to make comments on Indian media report that Chinese military helicopters “invaded” India’s “territorial airspace” in the “Barahoti region” at the middile section of the China-India border.

The ministry made a clear-cut response that Chinese troops carried out routine training on the Chinese side along the line of actual control in the China-India border areas, and the Indian media report is not true.

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