China irked by Modi's Recent Visit in Arunachal
|Prime Minister Welcomed By Arunachal Governor Lt.Gen Nirbhay Sharma|
|Prime Minister in Arunachal wearing Traditional Arunachal Dress|
Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi recently visited to Arunachal Pradesh India's State in the North eastern border with China. PM was there to inaugurate the opening of a train line and power station. Since this is the First visit of Modi since he become the PM of each and every Indian.
But China protests the visit of Modi and Said that it's a disputed territory and also said Modi's visit was "not conducive to the overall development of bilateral relations". saying that Modi trying to sabotage the relation with China. while China disputes the entire territory of Arunachal Pradesh, calling it south Tibet. Its historic town Tawang, a key site for Tibetan Buddhism, was briefly occupied by Chinese forces during a 1962 war. The Foreign Ministry's website also Quoted that The Chinese government has never recognized the so-called 'Arunachal Pradesh'. Meaning China still want to escalate the Arunachal Problem.
During the Visit He did not mention anything about China but pledged billions of dollars of investment to develop infrastructure in the region. Modi also said "I assure you that you will witness more development in the state in the next five years than it has seen in the last 28 years". Faster transport links and exploitation of Arunachal Pradesh's hydro-electric potential are the keys to fighting poverty and bringing about rapid development in the frontier state' also added.
China always try to keep the Indian Minsters and Officials to stay off from the Arunachal by protesting visits, and similar border disputes, camping inside Indian Territory and more.
They also Protested the Japanese Premier Mr. Shinzo Abe, who said we peoples of China recognize Arunachal is the property of India. we never have any doubts about it.
But PM also said infront of the Huge crowd we are Indians and I will come soon again to meet my Peoples.
within the minutes China protested and summons Indian envoy based in China. Ashok K Kantha Indian Ambassador to China summoned by the Chinese vice-foreign minister Liu Zhenmin. The Summon summarizes China deeply concerned about prime minister's visit to unsolved disputed Territory.
when India Summoned by the Chinese officials, Indian Home Ministry official says Arunacahal is the Integral Part of India, our PM will visit any time any day, Says "Why should someone (China) have problem with PM visiting any part of his country? He'll definitely visit again"