Chinese Media Publishes Editorials to Revive Memories of 1962 Sino-India War

Chinese Media Publishes Editorials to Revive Memories of 1962 Sino-India War

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will on Friday brief Opposition parties on the India-China standoff in Doka La and the situation in Kashmir ahead of the Parliament's monsoon session, that begins on Monday.

Not just the India-China border tensions, the country has even said that it was willing to play a "constructive role" to help India and Pakistan to sort the conflict better their relationship. Several things have to be borne in mind, India's strategic alliance with the U.S., the defence partnership with the USA, naval exercises with Japan in the South China Sea, allowing the Dalai Lama to hoist the Tibetan flag in Arunachal Pradesh.

Azad also said that all opposition parties have assured the government that when it comes to territorial integrity of the country they all stand united.

Opposition leaders have been critical of the government for its handling of the China and Kashmir issues.

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'In order to protect the border troops in Zero Bridge area of China, in order to restore their contact with the rear, China will have to take necessary precautions, don't blame us that we didn't warn you, ' the editorial says.

Leaders of all prominent opposition parties, including the Congress, attended the meeting.

Indian officials said the nation remains willing to negotiate a settlement with Pakistan over the disputed territory, but only between the two nations and with no global mediators involved.

Sitaram Yechury, CPI (M): Govt said that they'll tackle the situation through dialogues. The Indian military has blocked the Chinese construction of a road on the border of Bhutan, which officials there have said is on their land. Everybody has promised to support the government.

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The Rajya Sabha member also said that the "growing" instances of lynchings and attacks on minorities and Dalits are also adding to the view that the deteriorating internal security environment in the country is a "matter of grave concern".

O'Brien, while speaking to the media, said the government didn't give the Opposition the answers it was looking for.

Geng took issue with Jaishankar's description of the border standoff as a "difference", saying that it is an outright "dispute". "Bhutan would prefer maintaining friendly and equidistant ties with both India and China", P. Stobdan, a former Indian ambassador and senior fellow at the New Delhi-based Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, told Sputnik. But India agrees with Bhutan's claim to the region, which the Chinese call Donglang but is called the Doklam plateau by Bhutan.

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