- After renaming the Chinese dragon in Arunachal Pradesh, another shoddy act on the New Year
- China has given a poisonous message to India by releasing a video of the Galvan Valley of Ladakh.
- These Chinese soldiers present near the Indian border are saying that we will protect the country’s borders.
The Chinese dragon has made yet another shoddy act on the New Year after changing its name in Arunachal Pradesh and writing letters to Indian lawmakers. China has released a video of Galwan Valley of Ladakh. In this video, Chinese soldiers are seen congratulating the new year. These Chinese soldiers present near the Indian border are saying that we will protect the country’s borders. It is written on the hill behind them, ‘Never will give an inch of land.’
China has released another video in which the Chinese flag is being hoisted by a drone in the snowy region of Tibet. Chinese soldiers are congratulating the new year. There has been a dispute between India and China in Ladakh for the last several months. There was a bloody skirmish between the soldiers of India and China on 15 June 2020. In this clash, 20 Indian soldiers were martyred, while more than 40 soldiers of China were also killed. Although China officially considers the death toll to be only 5.
Chinese character names announced for 15 more places in Arunachal
During this clash, many soldiers including the Chinese commander were surrounded. Not only this, when the Indian soldiers started getting heavy, then the Chinese army had called more soldiers. Even now, about 50-50 thousand soldiers from both sides are stationed on the LAC in Ladakh. Earlier, China had changed the names of Indian territories in Arunachal Pradesh. China has announced names of Chinese characters, Tibetan and Roman alphabets for 15 more places in Arunachal Pradesh. These names will now be used in the official map of China. According to experts, this latest move of China is related to intensifying its claim on Indian territory recently.
This is the reason why India has sharply criticized this move of China and said that changing the name by China will not change the fact that Arunachal Pradesh is an integral part of India. The map of China shows Arunachal Pradesh as ‘Zhangnan’ or ‘Southern Tibet’ and in 2017 the dragon had given 6 official names for the places there. According to the report of The Hindu, Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama had visited Arunachal Pradesh at the same time and in response to this, China gave Chinese names for 6 places in Arunachal.