Arunachal Pradesh BJP MP Tapir Gao on Tuesday claimed that China has encroached more than 50 km of land in the State.
Raising the issue during Zero Hour in the Lok Sabha, Gao urged the government not to allow the State to become a second Doklam.
Gao further said whenever the President, Prime Minister, union defence or home minister visits the State, objections are raised by China.
Gao referred to China raising objections through an official press conference when defence minister Rajnath Singh visited Tawang on November 14 last.
Troops of India and China were locked in a 73-day stand-off in Doklam near Sikkim last year after the Indian side stopped the building of a road in the disputed area by the Chinese Army.
Indian troops intervened to stop the road as it posed a security risk to the narrow corridor connecting the country with its north-eastern states.
The standoff ended on August 28, 2017, following a mutual agreement under which China stopped the construction of the road and India withdrew its troops.
Earlier in September Gao had claimed that the Chinese Army intruded into Arunachal Pradesh’s remote Anjaw district and constructed a bridge over a stream.
However, Kiren Rijiju had later asserted there was no tension along the Indo-China border in Arunachal Pradesh.
India and China share a nearly 4,000-km border, which is not clearly demarcated, leading to incursions by both sides.