China Police Authorities: Inner Mongolia attack due to border dispute …

Chinese authorities have said an assault on a distant checkpoint in Inner Mongolia was due to some “provincial border dispute”, state media reported.
The region can be said to be maintained by residents and Inner Mongolians of neighbouring Gansu province.
About 100 masked attackers allegedly overcome damaged and staff checkpoint buildings on Sunday.
Reports said that authorities have identified an undisclosed amount of suspects.
Some 13 people were injured in the first morning assault in Ejin Banner county, which continued about two hours, reports said.
Those at the checkpoint were robbed of their valuables allegedly beaten, and after that tied up and left outside in freezing -20C weather.
Two forklifts were subsequently used to smash into several vehicles along with checkpoint buildings, local media said.
First investigations have revealed the event happened due to some provincial border dispute between Jinta and Ejin Banner county county Xinhua news agency quoted the local police authority.
Local official Li Yanbo told reporters the region has for ages been the supply of dispute among locals as a result of continued bringing of provincial borders in the 1960s and 1970s.
In September, masked men carrying had seen the exact same outpost. After staff got them to leave the guys afterwards drove away.
The area has in days gone by also found tensions between Han Chinese and minority ethnic Mongolians.
Source:http://www.thereveillenwu.com/
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