http://www.indiatvnews.com/news/ind...-intrude-indian-territory-in-arunachal-334280 Itanagar: In yet another incident of Chinese incursion, about 250 soldiers of China's Peoples Liberation Army entered Arunachal Pradesh's east district of Kameng four days ago, defence sources said on Tuesday. The "temporary transgression" by the Chinese patrolling party happened in Yangste, East kameng district on June 9, they said. However, the soldiers went back within hours, they added. Significantly, the Chinese crossing-over happened at a time when Beijing had hardened its opposition against India's bid for membership of the 48-member Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). This is the second known transgression by the Chinese army this year in the region, which China claims is part of its territory. Chinese troops again entered almost six km deep inside Indian territory near the Pangong lake area of Ladakh region on March 8 but a patrol of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) sent them back in two hours, reported Hindustan Times earlier this year. × Chinese, however, denied any incident of incursion with its Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kongsaying, "There is no such thing as going beyond the border" The Chinese troops spent about three hours on this side of the border before going back to their territory, the sources said. China claims approximately 90,000 sq km of territory in Arunachal Pradesh besides 38,000 sq km in Jammu and Kashmir sector. The area where the Chinese troops came had seen 21 days standoff between PLA and Indian Army in April 2013 which took place ahead of the then Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's visit to India. It was sorted out after hectic round of negotiations following which the Chinese troops withdrew. China has been in denial mode over repeated incursions by the PLA. Both the sides have established Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) to discuss the issue of incursions and aggressive border patrols by their troops along the 3,488-km long disputed border.