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Govt should discuss India-China border issues in Parliament instead of reciting G20: Cong

Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Friday said that the government should discuss the border issues between India and China instead of reciting about G20.“In Ladakh, the Chinese Army has infiltrated and made over 200 shelters with accommodation facilities. Now, our Army isn’t allowed to patrol in farther areas. If this goes like this then […]

Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Friday said that the government should discuss the border issues between India and China instead of reciting about G20.
“In Ladakh, the Chinese Army has infiltrated and made over 200 shelters with accommodation facilities. Now, our Army isn’t allowed to patrol in farther areas. If this goes like this then the situation might get tense at Siachen Glacier,” Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury told ANI. “It’s imperative that government discuss the situation of India-China border issues (in Parliament) instead of reciting G20,” he said.

While delivering his remarks in the Parliament on the ‘Latest Developments in India’s Foreign Policy’, External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar on Wednesday said that India won’t tolerate China’s attempts to unilaterally change the Line of Actual Control (LAC). Jaishankar further warned that if China continues to build forces in the border area, it will have serious impact and concerns on the relationship between both the countries.
“Diplomatically, we’re clear with Chinese we won’t tolerate attempts to unilaterally change LAC. If they continue to do that and build up forces which constitute serious concerns in border areas then our relationship isn’t normal and that abnormality is evident in the last few years,” the External Affairs Minister said during his address to Rajya Sabha.

“The normalization of India-China relations is in the interest of both countries, of Asia and the world at large,” he said in another tweet.
Sun, who assumed office in July 2019, is leaving at a time when the two sides are trying to manage ties, following the 2020 border clash that has remained the dominant issue between the neighbours.

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