No Hostility on India-China Border: ITBP Chief

New Delhi, Oct 21 (IANS) There is no hostile activity on the India-China frontier and it is a "friendly" border, Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) chief Rakesh Bhatia said Thursday.

"Unlike the Pakistan border where there is conflict situation, there is no such activity which says that it (Chinese) is not a friendly border," he said at a press conference here on ITBP's 49th Raising Day.

Bhatia also denied reports of any intrusion or encroachment on the border.

The statement comes days after Indian army chief V.K. Singh called Pakistan and China as "irritants" for India.


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