That's the Indo-Tibet border. We say Indo-Tibet border now; the Chinese government says Indo-China border. It's a border that's 3,500 kilometres long, and not even one kilometre of land border was there between India and China. Tibet acted as the buffer zone between India and China. Hence, there was very deep peace because they never met face to face. Since the occupation of Tibet, the Chinese army has moved to the border now. It's called LAC, line of actual control.
The agreement was that there would be no violence or no gun fighting, so all the guns, even for army personnel, have to be pointed down, but this time the Chinese side used violence and killed 20 Indian soldiers and injured more than a hundred by using batons and all kinds of weapons. So for the first time in 40 years, there was violence and there were deaths. It has created a lot of anxiety and elements of resentment, even in India.