China’s Unacceptable Representation For India

New Delhi: India termed as “unacceptable” China’s representation of Arunachal Pradesh and Aksai chin as its territory on their new passports map.This forward step of china leads tit for tat action by New Delhi. India surprised when China showed Arunachal Pradesh and Aksai Chin as a part of its own country in the new passport maps as both are part of India.As the china showed Arunachal Pradesh and Aksai Chin as its part in passport maps , India hit back by issuing visas to Chinese Nationals with a map of India including these places as part of its territory.
External affairs minister Salman Khurhid said, “We are not prepared to accept it. We, therefore, ensure that our flags of disagreement are put out immediately when something happens. We can do it in an agreeable way or you can do it in a disagreeable way”.
China on its part said that ” the matter should be dealt with in a level headed and rational manner to avoid “unnecessary disruptions” to people to people exchanges. China also said that “Hope the countries regard it in cool-headed manner. China would like to maintain communication with other countries to ensure convenience of travel for both chines and foreigners.”
Earlier also, china use to issuing stapled visas to residents of Jammu and Kashmir saying that it is a “disputed territory” an also denied visas to those entrying from Arunachal Pradesh. India protested for this action of China as it resulted issuing normal visas to resident of Jammu and Kashmir.This type of action by the China is not new for India.
In 1962, China and India fought a war over Aksai Chin and Arunachal Pradesh, but in 1993 and 1996 the two countries signed agreement to the Line of Actual Control to maintain peace.
The Prime Minister Manmohan Singh met Chinese Wen Jiabao on the sidelines of the Aseans summit Cambodia where the two leaders discussed ways to move forward on the controversial boundary issue.
National security adviser Shivshankar Menon is expected to visit Beijing soon for the next round of boundary talks at the level of special representatives with his Chinese counterpart Dai Bingguo.

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