Chushul councillor warns NDA: Nomads near LAC restrained | Times Now Exclusive

27 NOVEMBER 2021 01:04 IST | ENGLISH | GENERAL AUDIENCE

For the last 18 months, India and China have been a border stand-off in the Ladakh region. China continues with its ingressions at the Line of Actual Control (LAC). Chushul councilors in Ladakh raise alarms in the border region, they say that loss of access to traditional winter grazing ground due to Army restrictions has left the areas along the LAC in eastern Ladakh vulnerable to salami-slicing by the PLA. Nomads near LAC have been restrained and access to pasture land has been curbed. Former Diplomat, Phunchok Stobdan explains about grazing lands and where all nomads have access along the LAC in eastern Ladakh.

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