Congress slams Centre for sleeping over Doklam 2.0

Chinese Build-up In Doklam Congress Accuses Modi Govt of Misleading Country

News Story Chinese Build-up In Doklam Congress Accuses Modi Govt of Misleading Country

Army Chief Bipin Rawat had yesterday said border forces of India and China were holding regular exchange and the earlier "bonhomie" has returned.

Last October, news reports alleged that about 1,000 Chinese troops had remained in the Doklam region in the wake of the confrontation between Beijing and New Delhi.

It seemed that while India may have prevented China from extending its existing road in Doklam further towards India, there is now nearly permanent stationing of People's Liberation Army (PLA) troops in the region. "Any suggestion to the contrary is incorrect".

Chinese Build-up In Doklam Congress Accuses Modi Govt of Misleading Country
Congress slams Centre for sleeping over Doklam 2.0

"It seems that the government was snoozing while the Chinese troops occupied the Doklam plateau as suggested by satellite images".

The Congress leader said that in the run-up to the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Modi had made several insinuations on the Congress party and spoken about showing "Laal Aankh" (angry look) to China.

"The satellite imagery and media reports suggest that China has set up military establishments in Doklam near the Indian border which indicates that India's security and strategic interests have been compromised", Surjewala said.

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First, he believes that Doklam falls under China, citing the 1890 convention between Great Britain and China relating to Sikkim and Tibet to justify that the region has been "clearly delineated" according to the agreement. Indian troops had objected to the construction of the road resulting in a 73-day standoff. Dongxiao questioned when and why Bhutan asked India to step into Doklam to protect its interests.

Qian said that more border disputes are highly possible, and both sides should deal with this crisis through the border management mechanism to avoid incidents like the Doklam standoff. "At that point, there was no reason to question her statement", he said. The Indian government's statement hinted that the disengagement understanding was mutually agreed upon by both the nations and China had said that it would continue to patrol the region.

"In a democratic country, people won't like it but have to take a call on whether we want safe and secure environment or willing to accept curbs (on social media) temporarily so militancy can be dealt with", he said.

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The Doklam Plateau went from a remote, virtually-uninhabited mountain range along the disputed border of China and Bhutan to one of the most important geopolitical sites in the world overnight, when on June 16 PLA soldiers and construction workers arrived to build a road through the plateau.

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