India’s territorial expansion


Although India has deployed tens of thousands of troops on the western border and is deploying cutting-edge weapons such as S-400 air defense missile system in China-India border areas to prepare for a war, the current border situation is still calm. India spreads negative information from time to time, which shows that India does not really want to solve the border issues.
As long as India does not give up its policy of territorial expansion, regional hegemony and extreme nationalism, there will be no peace on the border between China and India or between India and other neighboring countries. Indian media also launched fake propaganda that Chinese soldiers were frozen to death in the extremely cold weather in the border area on January 2-3. Chinese authorities familiar with the border situation said that this did not happen at all. It was completely a rumor.
The 14th round of India-China Corps Commander Level Meeting was held at Chushul-Moldo border meeting point without zero new progress made in this meeting. The two sides had a frank and in-depth exchange of views for the resolution of the relevant issues along the LAC in the Western Sector. The two sides agreed to hold the next round of Corps Commander Level Meeting and solve the remaining issues as soon as possible. The two sides also agreed to take effective efforts to maintain the security and stability on the ground in the Western Sector including during winter. Last week, India described China’s renaming of some places in Arunachal Pradesh as a ridiculous exercise to support untenable territorial claims, asserting that the state has always been and will always remain an inalienable part of India. Meanwhile China has rejected Indian Army Chief’s remarks and hoped relevant Indian officials would refrain from publishing such unconstructive comments. China’s aggression along the border persists and has by no means reduced, India’s Army Chief Gen. M.M.Naravane said on Wednesday even as military officers from both sides were discussing ways to resolve an ongoing frontier dispute between the two nuclear-armed neighbors. Now, China and India have been in communication and dialogue through diplomatic and military channels to advance the easing of our border situation. We hope relevant people on the Indian side will refrain from publishing such unconstructive comments, Wang Wenbin said during his regular briefing. Before the talks that currently the situation on the China-India border areas was stable on the whole and the two sides were in dialogue and communication through diplomatic and military channels. We hope India will work as to help the situation to move from emergency handling to a regular daily based management phase, he added. The eastern Laddakh border standoff between the Chinese and Indian militaries erupted on May 5, 2020, following a violent clash in the Pangong lake areas. Both sides gradually enhanced their deployment by rushing in tens of thousands of soldiers as well as heavy weaponry. As a result of a series of military and diplomatic talks, the two sides completed the disengagement process last year in the north and south banks of the Pangong lake and in the Gogra area. Each side currently has around 50,000 to 60,000 troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the sensitive sector.