China won't back down in border dispute with India

China won't back down in border dispute with India

China won't back down in border dispute with India

The Indian border troops still illegally stay in the Chinese territory.

Earlier, China had emphatically rejected India's interference in its ongoing boundary dispute with Bhutan in the Doklam area and again urged New Delhi to withdraw unconditionally and end the almost two-month long stand-off.

The editorial said that India has challenged a country which was far more superior in strength. It said, "It is a war with an obvious result, as PLA has made sufficient preparation for military confrontation".

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"The series of remarks from the Chinese side within a 24-hour period sends a signal to India that there is no way China will tolerate the Indian troops' incursion into Chinese territory for too long", Hu was quoted as saying by state-run Global Times. China has demanded that India withdraw its troops for dialogue to begin, while New Delhi says that both sides should simultaneously withdraw troops. Speaking about the military might of China, an article in the Global Times said that the PLA is perfectly capable of "annihilating all Indian troops" in the border region.

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China has said that it has shown "utmost goodwill" over the prolonged military standoff with India in the Sikkim sector but warned that its "restraint" has a "bottom line". If China was able to block the corridor, it would isolate India's northeast from the rest of the country. "India must dispel any illusions that it can hold out for a change", Col. Ren Guoqiang, a spokesman for the Chinese Defense Ministry, said in a statement online.

On Thursday, Chinese officials urged Indian troops to withdraw immediately, warning of "serious consequences" if they did not. With elections just a few months away, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government just cannot risk an escalation that can erode its popularity and lead to mass resentment because of the implications on the finances and the country's morale.

This photograph, released by China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs yesterday, shows the Indian border troops' continuing illegal trespass into Chinese territory. "But India doesn't seem to understand", Lan said, adding that there are "various possibilities" if India keeps ignoring China's diplomatic efforts. "War is never the solution to a dispute". He also referred to External Affairs Ministry Sushma Swaraj's statement that as a neighbour India was committed to help Bhutan.

The government said that New Delhi had issued demarches to Beijing and Islamabad, protesting against China's financial support to Pakistan for building six dams in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, DHNS reports from New Delhi.

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