Chinese state-run media threatens India of dire consequences
06 July, 2017, 00:23 | Author: Ora Austin
"Many people believe Indian nationalism led to the country's independence from British rule decades ago but now it is gradually evolving into an internal factor behind the anti-Chinese sentiment, which is fuelled by ethnic and religious factors", the daily said adding India's territorial issues can much more easily stir up local people's nationalistic feelings. Their first formal codification in treaty form was in an agreement between China and India in 1954.
The dispute has flared ahead of the G 20 summit in Germany later this week where both Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be present. The report asked New Delhi to safeguard the security of Chinese-funded institutions against possible anti-China riots.
"We firmly believe that the face-off in the Donglang area will end up with the Indian troops in retreat", the editorial said.
"We once again urge the Indian side to abide by the boundary convention and respect the Chinese sovereignty and immediately withdraw the border troops and properly deal with the incident in a timely fashion", Geng said.
India and China share a 2,174-mile border, with some parts still being contested. "China and Bhutan had about 24 rounds of boundary talks", Shuang told a media briefing answering a question about Bhutan's protest.
The editorial said India would suffer greater losses than it did in 1962, if it incited conflict.
Soldiers from the Indian Army and the People's Liberation Army (PLA) of China participate in an anti-terror drill during the Sixth India-China Joint Training exercise "Hand in Hand 2016" at headquarters 330 Infantry Brigade, in Aundh in Pune district, some 145km southeast of Mumbai, on November 25, 2016.
China warned on Wednesday that the withdrawal of Indian troops from a disputed territory was a precondition for peace as tensions rise in a border row between the two Asian powers that has drawn in tiny Bhutan.
"Perhaps its defeat in that war was too humiliating for some in the Indian military and that is why they are talking belligerently this time", it said.
The standoff between troops of India and China at Doklam area started after Bhutan, which has close diplomatic and military ties with India, protested to Beijing about the People's Liberation Army (PLA) troops building a road in the strategic location close to chicken neck tri-junction. "The Indian border troops are still standing in Chinese territory and the issue is not resolved", he said. "There is no dispute between our countries that Doklam belongs to China", he said.
Indian officials have often called it a "managed relationship" where border disputes and differences over Tibet or Arunachal Pradesh were kept on a slow track of protracted negotiations while the two neighbours fast-tracked their trade and economic relationships to a level that made them critical elements of each other's growth story. "We have been trying to explore ways to resolve the boundary question with in the Special Representatives mechanism and we have jointly taken measure to maintain peace and tranquillity in the border areas", Geng said.
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