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India vs China: Comparing Asia’s Two Largest Startup Ecosystems
Indian and Chinese troops once again engaged in a confrontation on the south bank of Pangong Tso a few days ago. (PTI)
China has said that in the latest conflict between Indian and Chinese troops on the southern bank of Pangong Tso in Ladakh, no Indian troops have been killed. China has also continued to blame India for the latest confrontation between the two armies in Ladakh.
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said on Wednesday, “On my understanding, no Indian troops died along the border.” She was referring to the latest conflict on the intervening night of August 29-30.
Asked about the intrusion into Pangong Tso banks on the southern side, Hua Chunying said, “You just said that the Indian side pre-empted China’s action. In China we have a saying about a guilty mind protesting conspicuously he’s innocent. That’s what India did. It shows that the Indian troops illegally crossed the line in provocation and unilaterally changed the status quo and broke the two sides’ agreement and consensus.”
She went on to further blame India saying the Indian Army has “repeatedly” violated the “consensus and agreements with force”.
“The responsibility lies entirely with Indian side. China has exercised great restraint to avoid escalation, being communicating through diplomatic military channels. China urged Indian side to discipline frontline troops, stop provocation, stop actions of illegal trespasses and stop actions leading to escalation and complication,” said the foreign ministry spokesperson.
This comes a day after India said that China had again engaged in "provocative action" even as military talks were underway following PLA’s latest attempt to change the status quo in the South Bank area of Pangong Lake in eastern Ladakh.
India has maintained that the Chinese side violated the previously agreed understanding and engaged in provocative military manoeuvres in the late night of August 29 in an attempt to change the status quo.