New Delhi, Aug 31 (ANI): The Indian Army on Monday said that China violated the Indian air space in Leh in Jammu and Kashmir.
Army Spokesperson Northern Command, Colonel Kachari said, "It has happened. That is confirmed. But there is nothing alarming in it. I have given a written reply and that is the correct version."
Two Chinese helicopters reportedly violated the Indian air space in the recent months in Leh.
The helicopters air-dropped some canned food in a barren land at Chumar, northeast of Leh, along the border on June 21.
The MI series helicopters were reported by residents living along the Pangong lake.
The Chinese People's Liberation Army has been crossing over into the Indian side in this region quite frequently with August reporting the maximum number of incursions.
In August this year, Chinese patrols have entered into the Indian territory 26 times and walked away with petrol and kerosene meant for jawans of the border guarding forces.
The Chinese Army had made 223 attempts last year and left tell-tale signs.(ANI)