After China warned India has ‘ many damaged’ relations due to not allowing Dalai Lama’s trip to Arunachal Pradesh, the state-run media has attacked Kiren Rijiju, junior Home Minister who said that the Border State is not a separable part of India, he said earlier this week.
Junior Home Minister may think himself cute by borrowing a line from a Diplomatic Representation from Beijing, but Home Minister ignored the fundamental distinction here, like Taiwan or any other parts of china. In Chinese territory Tibet is a part no matter if New Delhi agrees or not, written in the Chinese daily in an edition.
Arunachal Pradesh as a Southern Tibet is been rejected by India from decades.
Mr. Rijiju cleared that China hai no right to object to the Dalai Lama’s visit to any part of India. He stated that it is not a disputed territory, ‘Arunachal Pradesh is not a separable part of India and China and should not object to Dalai Lama’s visit and interfere in India’s internal affairs’
The fact that Mr. Rijiju is concomitant the Dalai Lama, who is considered as a “Dangerous Separatist”, is ‘double affront.’ Said by the State-run in China. An Aggressive stand by china formally complaining to Indian Ambassador Vijay Gokhale on the Tibetan Spiritual leader’s visit to AP, his second in 8 years, done yesterday.
‘Dalai Lama is given a series of public platforms, granting Dalai Lama a Higher Profile by the BJP government to repay against Beijing for ‘Vice Like Veto’, which blocked New Delhi’s entry to the elite Nuclear Supplier Group, last year. Said by Chinese Media.
India is upset with Beijing Banning by the United Nations Security Council on Masood Azhar, he is the chief of Pakistan Terror Group, who has carried out deadly attacks on India. It was in the Newspaper of Beijing.
The Global Times stated, ‘A GDP several times higher than India, Military capability that can reach the Indian Ocean and having good relations with India’s outmost nation’s, with the fact that India’s Jubilant northern state borders China, will Beijing lose to New Delhi if china enlist in a geopolitical game with India?
An 81 year old Dalai Lama, break Tibet in 1959 after Chinese troops drain in and engaged Tibet to crush. Dalai Lama came in India through Arunachal Pradesh and now lives in the hills of Dharamsala, where a small Government I n exile is been in run through his supporters.