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Updates You Should Know On India-China Border Dispute

After the violent standoff between Indian and Chinese troops in the Ladakh region, many questions are rolling around the world. And the major question hits the nation is “Will China occupy the Ladakh Galwan Valley?” the answer is a straight ‘No’ from the Indian Government’s side. Since the day standoff took place in the Ladakh region a lot of actions were taken by the officials. The tension between the two countries increased considerably. Not only India but other countries like the United States of America are also monitoring and screening the entire LAC issue. The current updates on LAC are as follows:-

 

IAF Chief RKS Bhadauria has visited LAC to review the Management of the force

Last day, the Indian Air Force Chief Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadaruia visited LAC to review the current scenario and the preparation of the force. Sources inform many changes have been seen on the border. And the IAF also informed that “India is aware of the situation, be it on LAC or beyond, be it their air deployments, their posture, and kind of deployments”

 

87% Indians Are Ready To Boycott Chinese Products   

After 20 Indian Soldiers martyred in the violent standoff, Indians call for a boycott or ban on Chinese products, as revealed by the officials. The stand is getting superior, louder and traders are urging the Centre to direct e-commerce firms to restrict the sale of items from the Dragonland which imports products worth USD 74 billion to India annually. The ban will create a massive impact on China’s economy.

 

Statement of US Secretary Mike Pompeo

US Secretary Mike Pompeo criticized the Chinese Communist Party for not only displaying its ‘rogue’ attitude in its neighborhood, particularly the recent escalation of border tension with India but also for “pushing disinformation and malicious cyber campaigns so as to drive a wedge between the US and Europe.” Pompeo further added, “It’s the Chinese Communist Party that’s forcing the choice.”

 

Nepal on India’s Side, after the New Map Release

Recently, the upper house of Nepal’s parliament approved a new map of the country, including the land controlled by India Limpiyadhura, Lipulkeh and Kalapani in a row that has further strained ties between the South Asian neighbors. Now it shows, the crucial point of the map is a new slice of land including Limpiyadhura, Lipulkeh, and Kalapani areas to the west of Nepal, which are controlled by India.

 

“Galwan Valley is on China Side of LAC”, Claims China’s foreign ministry

A day after India was in a mess with the Chinese Army, claimed control over the Galwan Valley; China asked Beijing to confine its activities to its side of the LAC. China’s foreign ministry claimed that the Galwan Valley was on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control.  India has already dismissed China’s claim of control over the Galwan Valley, saying such inflated claims are opposing to the understanding reached during a high-level military dialogue on June 6.

 

PM Modi confirm in an all-party meet that Chinese did not enter Indian Territory

During the All Party Meet, Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi confirms that the Chinese did not enter the Indian Territory, and also no posts were taken and said China has not captured any Indian Territory. PM Modi also assured that forces are giving an extra effort to protect our nation. PM Modi also informed that due to the new infrastructure, especially along the LAC, our patrolling capability has gone up.

 

China offers Bangladesh tariff release for 97% of exports

China decides to provide a huge trade boost to Bangladesh by announcing a tariff exemption of 97 percent to Bangladeshi products effective from July 1. However, the decision has come after the tension erupted between India. China and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Chinese President Xi Jinping held a discussion to upgrade their bilateral relations.

 

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