During another meeting among senior officials of Armed forces of both the counterparts China and India in Chushul this Wednesday, China raised the issue of Indian infrastructure near LAC (Line of Actual Control) in eastern Ladakh. The Chinese officials raised their doubts for Indian infrastructure in Ladakh as according to them they could poses threat to multi billion dollar economic corridor between China and Pakistan.
India told off Beijing with a clear warning to not interfere in India’s internal affairs
On Thursday, Indian told off Beijing with a clear warning for their repeated complaints for Indian infrastructure built by Indian Government on the Indian side of the border, asserting that no country including China has rights to raise issues and comments on India’s internal matters. The five months long standoff between Indian armed forces and Chinese PLA (People’s Liberation Army) has seen numerous commander-level meetings, but the solution for the current critical situation on the border has not been sorted out.
Chinese foreign minister raised issues for Indian infrastructure development near LAC
China’s foreign Minister Zhao Lijian pointed out to the Indian Infrastructure development on the Indian side of the border saying that the development might lead to threat to the economic corridor that is been built between China and Pakistan. The spokesperson of External Affairs Ministry Anurag Srivastav said “The union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh have been, are, and would remain an integral part of India”.
India clearly reminded China that it would be better for China to not interfere and make comments on India’s internal matters and same goes for another countries. As winter is approaching, troops of both the countries are preparing themselves to withstand the harsh cold weather at such an high altitude, as no signs of dis-engagement could be seen after the recent talks between military commanders.