China continues to illegally occupy approximately 38,000 sq km of Indian territory: Government
China is still illegally occupying about 38,000 sq km of Indian land said by Government. In the last 60 years, China (also known as Qin) has taken about 38,000 square miles of Indian land in Ladakh. This is what V Muraleedharan told the House: Pakistan illegally gave Qin 5,180 square miles of Indian land in 1963.
This is what the Minister of State for External Affairs said: China has been illegally occupying about 38,000 square kilometres of Indian land in Ladakh for the past six decades.
China and Pakistan signed a border agreement in 1963 that gave China 5,180 square kilometres of Indian land in the Shaksgam Valley, which was taken from India by Pakistan when it was occupied by China. There was a supposed “Border Agreement” between China and Pakistan in 1963, but the Indian government has never agreed with it. It has always called it illegal and invalid.
Three Main Ideas given by Minister V Muraleedharan against China’s activity.
It has been made clear to Pakistan and China that all of India’s union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh are part of the country. Muraleedharan said that India and China are still talking about the border standoff in eastern Ladakh. They’re talking both in diplomatic and military ways. Minister V Muraleedharan says that three main ideas are talked about in these talks, and they’re all important.
- Both sides should be very strict with the LAC.
- Both sides should not try to change the status quo on their own.
- If there are any agreements made between the two people, they must be fully kept.
There were last talks between senior Indian and Chinese commanders on January 12, says Muraleedharan. They agreed that both sides should do what their leaders told them to. The remaining issues should be solved as soon as possible, because this will help restore peace in the region and make it easier for both countries to work together.
China is building a bridge in an illegally occupied area of Pangong Lake. The government in Parliament said that they are going to do this.
He also said that the government is aware of reports that China has changed the names of places in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. This is a waste of time that won’t change the fact that Arunachal Pradesh has always been, is, and always will be a part of the Indian government.
It is important for the government to improve the infrastructure in the border areas to help them grow economically and to meet India’s strategic and security needs, so the government pays extra attention to this.
At the Center, it was said that the government always pays attention to things that could harm India’s security and does everything it can to make sure that our security interests are fully protected.
Also, in a written answer to the Lok Sabha, V Muraleedharan, the Minister of State for External Affairs, said that the Center has been aware of the illegal bridge being built by China over the Pangong Lake in Ladakh. This bridge is being built in areas that have been illegally occupied by China since 1962.
For the last six decades, China has illegally occupied about 38,000 square miles of Indian land in the Union Territory of Ladakh. This has been said in an written answer to a question in the Lok Sabha, which is the Indian parliament.
Another thing: “Under the so-called “Boundary Agreement” between China and Pakistan signed in 1963, Pakistan illegally gave 5,180 square miles of Indian land in the Shaksgam Valley to China,” says Muraleedharan. This is because Pakistan illegally took the land from areas that were illegally taken by Pakistan.
He said that the government of India has never agreed with the so-called “Boundary Agreement” between China and Pakistan of 1963. The government of India has always said that it is illegal and invalid, he said.
A lot of times, Pakistan and China have been told that the entire Union Territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh are an important part of India.
For the last six decades, China has unlawfully seized 38,000 square kilometres of Indian territory in Ladakh, according to international law. The border stalemate in eastern Ladakh is still a topic of conversation between India and China.
According to Minister V Muraleedharan, the latest round of negotiations between top Indian and Chinese commanders took place on January 12. They all agreed that both sides should follow the orders of their respective commanders. V Muraleedharan, the Minister of State for External Affairs, said that the Chinese government is aware of the unlawful bridge that is being constructed across the Pangong Lake in Ladakh, and that the government is taking action against it.
Arunachal Pradesh has always been, continues to be, and will continue to be a part of the government of India. The government pays close attention to developments that might jeopardise India’s security and takes every precaution to ensure that our national security interests are completely safeguarded.
The countries which are affected due to Covid-19 are all in anger with China to take revenge.China is trying to pressurise every country to dominate the nation. India has already started taking revenge.
As India has reduced in dealing in all business matters with the Chinese companies and soon all the companies will be restricted to do business trade with India. This will lead to downfall of the China’s economy. In India, after 2020 around 43% of Indians have stopped buying Chinese products and it will lead to downfall of the China’s economy.
Most of the time, people fall for cheap products from the Chinese Hakka noodle companies. They then have to run from pillar to post for customer support and after-sales service. Hakka noodles are a type of noodle that is both Indian and Chinese.
That’s why we call them Hakka noodle companies. Also, these companies were all started in China, and the majority of their customers are in India because they sell low-priced goods.
The Chinese companies always buy a lot of things at a cheap price and not the best ones. They don’t have a good name to protect, so they play around with their customers and don’t care about the problems their customers have.
Article Proofread & Published by Gauri Malhotra.