China claims Indian drone ‘invaded airspace’


    Beijing, Dec 7 : China has claimed that an Indian drone “invaded” its airspace and “crashed” on its territory, according to the Chinese state media.

    Zhang Shuili, deputy director of the western theatre combat bureau, said the incident took place in “recent days”.
    He did not give an exact location, according to the BBC News.

    He was quoted in Xinhua news agency as saying that India had “violated China’s territorial sovereignty”.

    The two countries saw relations worsen this summer when they became locked in a dispute over a Himalayan plateau.