The Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and the Indian Army clashed along with the Ladakh and Sikkim border, near the Naku La sector at over 5,000 metres recently when troops got into “a physical fight” late on Tuesday/early Wednesday and were “disengaged after dialogue and interaction at the local level”.
On Sunday, The Indian Army said that its soldiers were engaged during a face-off with Chinese troops along the border in northern Sikkim over undemarcated boundary issues between the 2 countries, which involved “aggressive behaviour and minor injuries on both sides”.
The last major stand-off between the 2 sides was at Doklam in 2017 which continued for 73 days.
According to the Indian Army, “temporary and short duration face-offs occur as boundaries aren’t resolved”(i.e. the undemarcated Sino-India border which covers the 3,488-km-long Line of Actual Control is a legacy of the 1962 war).
China claims Arunachal Pradesh to be a neighborhood of southern Tibet.