New Delhi: Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has said that the border issue between India and China is still unresolved and there is no mutually acceptable solution. China does not recognize the traditional and customary boundries of the border.
Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said in Lok Sabha on Tuesday, “We believe that this established border is based on geographical states.” Rajnath Singh further told the Lok Sabha, “China has deployed a large number of army battalions and armies in the LAC and interior areas. There are many Frickson Points in East Ladakh, Gogra, Kongka La, Pangong Lake North and South Bank. Indians. The army has deployed troops in these areas. “
Rajnath Singh said, “The violent attitude of the Chinese soldiers is a violation of all agreements between the two countries. Our troops have retaliated in the area for the security of the India-China border issue.” He said peacekeeping along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) impacts on India-China bilateral relations.
This statement is important in the backdrop of the demands made by the opposition to debate this issue. Rajnath Singh recently met his Chinese counterpart General Wei Feng in Moscow. Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi also met in Moscow a few days ago.
In the Lok Sabha during the monsoon session, Rajnath Singh said that India has made aware to China that the attempt to forcibly change the Sino-Indian border is not acceptable. He said that Indian forces are determined to protect the country’s security and sovereignty. However, he said that the two countries are committed to a peaceful settlement across the border.