0008 - Crime Evidence Of Indian Aggressor Troops' Armed Attack Upon China. ...Back
Crime Evidence Of Indian Aggressor Troops' Armed Attack Upon China. On Sept. 11, 1967, Indian aggressor troops crossed the Sino-Sikkim border under cover of fierce artillery fires and intruded into China's territory to start attack on Chinese frontier guards at the Natula Pass. The detachment of Chinese frontier guards on duty was compelled to strike back in self-defence. Indian troops left over corpses and guns and ammunition and fled pell-mell. Here is the crime evidence of Indian troops' intrusion into China's territory. Indicated by arrows in the photo is the site of the Sino-Sikkim border at Natula pass. Indian troops put up snake-belly-like barbed wires 3 metres from the border on China's side. On the upper of photo are the works of Indian troops (indicated by ...); on the right are the corpses left by Indian troops (indicated by ...). The Corpse of the Indian troop indicated by ... 1 lies 14 metres distant from the Sino-Sikkim border on China's side; the corpse of the Indian troop indicated by ... 2 lies 18 metres distant from the border on China's side. Telephoto
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