New Delhi: The Chinese Army has transgressed the Sino-Indian border 334 times in 2014 and a total of 1,278 times between 2010-13, Rajya Sabha was informed today.
Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said the People's Liberation Army transgressed the border 334 times till August 4, 2014, 411 times in 2013, 426 times in 2012, 213 times in 2011 and on 228 occasions in 2010.
"However, there are cases of transgression due to difference in perception of Line of Actual Control," he said in reply to a written question.
Mr Rijiju said the Indo Tibetan Border Police, the border guarding force deployed on Sino-Indian border, has reported one transgression in Dorjila in 2013 and one transgression in Naku area in 2014 in Sikkim.
The Minister said no "intrusion" has been reported or taken place along India-China border, including Sikkim, during the last five years.