borderpolice-155350_copy1Photos of Chinese soliders crossing over the Asa-Pila-Maya Army camps into Indian territory were recently taken by villagers in Taksing circle in the disputed Arunachal Pradesh region, according to the New-Dehli-based Deccan Chronicle, in an Oct. 27 report.bSources from the Indo-Tibetan Border Police said the incursion came to their notice about a month ago. The PLA soldiers returned across the Chinese border after a brief stay. A meeting was held at Kibithu in Anjaw district last week between representatives from China and India but the incursion was not mentioned during the discussion. The movement of Chinese soldiers was noticed by locals living in the Upper Subansiri district of the Taksing region. Hiwak Chader, a student from Kacha village in Taksing circle told the newpaper that the residents there observed the movement of PLA troops in the Asa-Pila-Maya area around three months ago. He said however, that the government was unaware of it. Photos of the Chinese soldiers were handed over to the army intelligence bureau, the student said. Asa-Pila-Maya was once under Indian control but Chinese forces occupied it after the border conflict of 1962. More