New Delhi, Jan 10 (Agencies): Notwithstanding media reports quoting the Jammu and Kashmir government on Chinese intrusion in Leh, the Centre on Monday termed them as "baseless", maintaining that there were differences in perception, between India and China, on the Line of Actual Control in Demchok area.

"Government have seen media reports alleging Chinese troop intrusion in the Demchok area of Leh District in Jammu & Kashmir. These reports are baseless and do not conform to fact.

"They are, therefore, not a cause for concern. It will be recollected that there are  differences in perception, between India and China, on the Line of Actual Control in this area," a statement from External Affairs Ministry said.

Quoting Leh Deputy Commissioner T Angchuk, a media report had said, "The Chinese troops objected to the construction work last October. The matter was brought before both the ITBP and Army, manning the border, but they directed us to stop construction work."

According to an official report, the Chinese troops, which included motor-cycle borne personnel of People's Liberation Army (PLA), entered Gombir area in Demchok region in Jammu and Kashmir and threatened the civilian workers who were building the shed, the plan for which was cleared by the state rural development department.

The report, which was prepared after a meeting of officials from civilian administration, army, central security agencies and Indo-Tibetan Border Police, stated that a passenger shed was approved at an estimated cost of Rs two lakh to be built at 'T' point in village Gombir under the Border Area Development Project of Ministry of Home Affairs.