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China alleges India for border tension, claims China is protecting border pacts

Again China engages in the blame game with India claiming that it has been protecting Border pacts alleging India is the one who keeps violating rules. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson says that it is Indian troops who repeatedly breach the border pacts and enhance tension on Line of Actual Control in Eastern Ladakh.

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China claimed committed to peace on border

China claimed that the Chinese troops have been committed to maintaining peace on the border and also been honouring the pacts that are signed with India over LAC. The claim came after the day when Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said that China is not respecting the border agreements and the customary alignment of the Indo-Chinese boundary.

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In the Monsoon session of Indian Parliament, Rajnath Singh told that Chinese troops are been engaged in the mobilisation along LAC and deliberately trying to change the status quo along border. China is repeatedly violating the border pacts that both the countries have agreed to and this will seriously affect bilateral ties between both countries.

Alleges India for trespassing and increased tension on LAC

Responding to Defence Minister’s statement made in Parliament, the Chinese Foreign Ministry alleged India for the increase of tension in Ladakh. It added that India has been breaching the agreements made to maintain peace along the disputed boundary.

Defaming India for firing shots on Chinese troops

Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Wang Wenbin replies to Singh’s statement that China has been committed to peace and stability in LAC. He added that China is committed to the sovereignty and territorial integrity and China is not to blame for the enhanced tension on disputed border. He claimed  that Indian troops are continuously trying to trespass along the Chinese border and fired shots to take Chinese troops by surprised along with threating the security of China.

 

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