Map showing Khurnak fort in Aksai Chin
The boundary between India and China was considered to be at the Khurnak Fort and Indian forces visited it from time to time and had a post there. China has controlled the Khurnak Fort since July 1958, according to most sources. However two sources give earlier dates for establishment of Chinese control: June 1958 and the early 1950s. 
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