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Antony terms claims of Chinese intrusion in Arunachal as baseless

Defence Minister A K Antony today said that claims of local Arunachal Pradesh MP that China has made fresh excursion in the State are baseless.

Punglwa (Nagaland), May 12 : Defence Minister A K Antony today said that claims of local Arunachal Pradesh MP that China has made fresh excursion in the State are 'baseless'.

Speaking to reporters after inaugurating first Sainik School in the State here today, Antony said that the both India and China are taking the border talks forward and that negotiations are being carried on in a friendly atmosphere.

On the operation carried out by the army against the rebel United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) cadres in Assam, Antony said that these operations would continue.

However, he added that peace talks with the rebel group could restart if the rebels shun their violence acts.

He said that the Centre's talk with Naga revels in is positive direction and that the establishment of Sainik Schools would further help the people of the State to enter the national mainstream.

Antony also said that the view of the majority of the people in the region is for peace.

He was accompanied by Minister of State for Defence M M Pallam Raju and Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio, who is himself an alumnus of a Sainik School.Spread over an area of 300 acres, the Punglwa Sainik School is located in the scenic foothills of Pauna range, about 47 kms from Dimapur.

This will be the 21st Sainik School in the country and has been constructed by the National Building Construction Corporation (NBCC). The school has received over 14 crore rupees funds from the Union Ministry for Development of North-Eastern Region (DONER) and Rs. two crores grant-in-aid from the state government for infrastructure.

The school has a well-equipped computer lab and LCD projector auditorium, while plans are afoot to set up a modern swimming pool, horse-riding club and shooting range.

The residential school, only for boys, will be affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and will impart studies through English medium.

The aim of the school is to prepare boys for entry into the National Defence Academy.

ANI

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