This post was edited by dostoevskydr at 2017-8-7 14:11|
August 07, 2017
Following the stern warning issued by China to India, the latter has withdrawn troops from the bordering Doklam area late night close to Sunday morning and has left only 50 personnel in that area which means that Indian troops have finally surrendered to Chinese authorities and their genuine claim on the territory that India was unjustifiably declaring as ‘disputed territory’.
The Chinese government had warned India against interference in the areas on the pretext of ‘disputed territory’ and had given mobilization orders to its troops for operations with the objective of putting an end to India’s interventionist designs on the basis of false pretexts and claims that stand far from reality.
China’s senior officials had also taken exception to the hegemonic conduct of New Delhi government which has “become habitual of treating the countries of South Asia as its satellites or low-category states.
But in case of China, India is certainly oblivious to the military power and preparedness of China and is totally mistaken about its own capabilities, taking encouragement probably from its growing links with some other powers of the world”. The conflict started when, a few weeks back, Indian troops trespassed on Chinese territory in the bordering region and tried to forcibly stop the Chinese officials from some construction and development works going on in that area.
Following the development of Sunday, Beijing has, however, insisted upon total withdrawal of Indian forces from the area, saying that even the presence of 50 Indian personnel in the area gives birth to doubts as if India was continuing with its negative designs that symbolise rigidity and negation of international norms of diplomacy, goodwill and good neighbourly ties."