The countdown of the military conflict between India and Chinese China daily began today, a senior government official praised Beijing India suggesting that the Delhi stock may be compensated by Chinese soldiers entering the Uttar Pradesh or cashmere.
In Parliament, Defense Minister Arun Jitli stressed that the armed forces are strong enough to meet any challenge to the country’s security and stressed that lessons learned from the 1962 war with China.
“I agree that some challenges are still there some people are targeting the sovereignty and unity of our country, but I am quite sure that our brave soldiers have the ability to protect our country, S ‘both the challenges on the eastern border and the Western border said.”
His remarks came a day when a senior official in China made aggressive remarks about the possible escalating conflict in Sikkim, which began in mid-June.
Beijing refers to the area boil with tension as Donglang claims it is from Chinese territory.
Bhutan and India say that the area is part of the small kingdom of the Himalayas and Indian soldiers moved to prevent the Chinese army to build a road there because it contravenes the current situation on a very sensitive area at the intersection of India, China and Bhutan.
India has suggested that both countries claim their troops, but Beijing has refused to do so and said India has “illegally crossed” the border in Sikkim, and therefore the party is committed to withdraw its troops.
“Even if there is only one Indian soldier, even for a day, it is still a violation of our sovereignty and territorial integrity,” said Wang Wenli, a senior official of the Foreign Ministry of the People’s Republic of China.
Ms. Wang said a delegation from the Indian media. “It is impossible to have a dialogue with India now, our people will think our government is incompetent,” she said.
“We believe it is not possible for the Indian side to use a triangular cross-pretext,” he claimed. “The Indian side has a lot of triangular connections, what if we use the same excuse and enter the Kalabani region between China, India and Nepal, or even in Kashmir between India and Pakistan?”
When asked whether China is preparing for a war with India, Ms. Wang said: “I can only say to the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and the Chinese government, we have a report.
Even if the Indian Party decides to make a wrong turn or illusions about this incident, we have the right to use all measures consistent with international law to protect our rights. ”
India and China have announced that they will use diplomatic channels to resolve the dispute.
Daily editorial in the state daily Daily India today warned that the clock is running out and that “India should blame it” if it did not withdraw its troops from the Doklam plateau, which hosted a military confrontation between the two countries since mid-June.
“Despite the impasse … enters the seventh week, closing the window for a peaceful solution,” the Chinese daily said.