New Delhi, Sep.17 (ANI): The China Study Group meeting to discuss the fallout of Chinese incursions into Indian territory, which was to be held on Thursday, has been postponed.
No reason was given for the postponement of the meeting.
National Security Advisor M K Narayanan was to hold the meeting with top officials including Cabinet Secretary K M Chandrasekhar and Secretaries of Defence, Home and Foreign Ministries.
The meeting was expected to take stock of the situation along the Sino-India border and to chart the future course of action, official sources said.
Besides Chandrasekhar, the meeting was to be attended by Defence Secretary Pradeep Kumar, Home Secretary G K Pillai and Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao.
Top officials of the three armed forces and the Intelligence Bureau will also attend the meeting.
The meeting was to be called to take stock of recent reports of incursions by the Chinese army in Ladakh, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh, involving the air dropping of expired food canes, painting of rocks red among others.
Another media report said that two Chinese Sukhoi fighters had transgressed into Indian air space last month.
The Indian Air Force, however, says no unscheduled flight inside Indian air space had taken place last month. (ANI)