'China will have to take military way if India doesn't listen'

China Must Teach India Bitter Lesson Inflict More Losses Than 1962 Daily

Two days later, senior PLA spokesman Colonel Wu Quian denounced Rawat's statement about India's readiness to fight a two-front war as "extremely irresponsible".

The Chinese state-run media on Sunday urged India to shun its concerns and "strategic anxiety " over a rising China and instead of being rivals, assess the benefits of 'One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative and seize the opportunities to become cooperative partners.

Xinhua has now claimed that Indo-China bilateral relations will be affected if India deviates from "the consensus on developing China-India relations", NDTV quoted the official news agency of the Chinese government as reporting. The 2007 pact - signed after the Himalayan kingdom introduced major political reforms to emerge as the world's newest democracy - replaced their 1949 treaty under which Bhutan effectively was an Indian protectorate, with one of the clauses stipulating that it would be "guided by" India in its foreign policy. "The gap between the militaries of China and India today is even bigger than in 1962, and I hope India can keep calm for its own good", Hu remarked. This Convention of 1890 also defined the boundary between Sikkim and Tibet; and the boundary was later, in 1895, demarcated.

"There is no dispute on the border between Sikkim and Tibet, " he said, adding that the "trespass" by Indian troops happened at the "defined" Sikkim section. But unlike in 1962, the Chinese side suffered far heavier casualties in the 1967 clashes, concentrated at Nathu La and Cho La. On the contrary, it is the McMahon Line which correctly represents the customary boundary in this area.

"The two countries have aligned their interests in defence cooperation and counter-terrorism".

Both the countries' militaries have also reportedly deployed thousands of troops in the frontier positions in the northeastern Indian state of Sikkim. It has no diplomatic ties with China and it is supported militarily and diplomatically by India.

China has long camouflaged offense as defense, in keeping with the ancient theorist Sun Tzu's advice that all warfare is "based on deception".

As tensions mount, the Indian army moved more troops to Doka La, in what is now the longest row with China since 1962.

The map shows Doklam, a disputed territory between China and Bhutan, as part of Chinese territory.

The reports mentioned that the China has been spying through its warships on Indian Navy activities in Indian Ocean region when there was joint naval exercise between India, US and Japan. According to them, the area is a part of China according to an agreement with the British in 1890. "These efforts continue", the MEA statement said, highlighting Bhutan?s claim over the area.

"China is also different from what it was in 1962", Wang Dehua, a professor at the Shanghai Municipal Centre for International Studies told the daily reacting to Defence Minister 's comments that India of 2017 is different from what it was in 1962. The stretch is contested by both Bhutan and China, and strategically located very close to Sikkim.

"With its armed forces overstepping the defined boundary, the Indian side has breached the historical convention and gone against the UN Charter and the basic principles of global law".

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