No troops in PoK: China to India

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Beijing, Sep 2: Days after reports came that Chinese army liberation were around the Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK), which called for an alarm to the Indian government. But on Wednesday, Sep 1, China strongly rejected the presence of their army in the area.

"We believe the attempts of some people to fabricate stories to provoke China-Pakistan or China-India relations are doomed to fail," said Foreign Ministry spokesperson Jiang Yu.

The issue was more on the rise as China refused to give visa to Indian Army's Northern Command chief, Lt. Gen. B S Jaswal to join a military delegation for a high-level visit.

The Chinese government confirmed the Indian government that there is no any presence of their army in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan.

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