No Chinese intrusion in last 6 months: MHA | India news

No Chinese intrusion in last 6 months: MHA | India news

New Delhi: There has been no intrusion on the Indo-China border in the last six months, the Home Ministry informed the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday.
The ‘zero’ incursion dates back to the period which saw clashes between Indian and Chinese soldiers over LAC. MoS (Home) Nityananda Rai while answering a question in the Upper House, however, said that between February and July 2020 there were 47 infiltration attempts along the India-Pakistan border, four of which were in March, 24 in April, eight in May. And on 11 July.
Rai’s colleague, MoS G Kishan Reddy, responded to a separate question by stating that 28 out of 47 attempts were successful. Rai stated that the government has adopted a multi-pronged approach to prevent cross-border infiltration, including multi-level deployment with international border / LAC, improved intelligence and operational coordination, border fencing, deployment of technical solutions and Taking active action is included. Intruders.
During 2019, there were 219 attempts to infiltrate the Indo-Pakistan border into Jammu and Kashmir, 141 of which were successful. In 2018, 143 out of 328 attempts passed. Reddy said that 26 civilians and 25 security forces personnel were killed in Jammu and Kashmir between August 5, 2019 and September 9, 2020 in the ceasefire violation. During this period, 45 civilians and 49 soldiers were killed in terrorist incidents in Jammu and Kashmir. The Home Ministry also said that by September 9 this year, 168 militants in Jammu and Kashmir were neutralized, compared to 157 in 2019 and 257 in 2018. Since 2018, 78 army personnel have been martyred in Jammu and Kashmir, including from 18 September to 21 September. 37 in 2019 and 37 in 2018.

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