Omar: India,China should fix boundary in Ladakh

Asking China to work with India to clearly demarcate the boundary in Ladakh region of J&K,Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Monday said tourism in the area has been affected by the recent Chinese incursions.

Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published:May 21, 2013 12:58 am

Asking China to work with India to clearly demarcate the boundary in Ladakh region of J&K,Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Monday said tourism in the area has been affected by the recent Chinese incursions.

“We are affected by what happens. It is no secret that tourism in Ladakh has been affected by the recent incursions,” Omar said during a media interaction at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club here. He added,“There is no demarcated Line of Actual Control,we understand that but I don’t know in whose interest it is that you come across,set up camps and take so long to go back.”

On India’s response to the incursion,he said,“Just for the moment imagine if Pakistani forces had come 19 km inside the Line of Control and set up camps. How would we have reacted? I understand that comparing our relationship with Pakistan and that with China is like comparing chalk and cheese. It is completely different.”

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