DOKLAM 2:Chinese soldiers entered Pasamlung near Doklam in Bhutan, enquired about Indian troops

According to a report, the Chinese Army are claiming their right on Bhutanese Army’s post in Pasamlung a disputed area between – China and Bhutan – by clicking a picture along with their national flagThe report comes as China and Bhutan discussed their boundary dispute and reached many agreements during the visit of a senior Chinese minister to the Himalayan kingdom on Wednesday.

A report said that on June 20th, six officers and 14 soldiers of the People’s Liberation Army’s patrolling party came to a Pasamlung and clicked pictures to claim their stake on the land. They reportedly also tried to know from Bhutanese Army about where the Indian Army jawans are posted

Last year between June to August, Indian and Chinese troops were involved in a 73-day stand-off at the Doklam tri-junction of India, Bhutan, and China.

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