The Chinese have adopted an aggressive stance on the border row, with the state media even warning of a war. Therefore, wisdom will be in building indigenous capabilities and developing a hedging strategy resolute enough to deal with the exterior manoeuvre of China and Pakistan collectively.
China claimed that they were constructing the road within their territory and has been demanding immediate pull-out of the Indian troops from the disputed Dokalam plateau. "It has done things like fix roads, re-tar them and things like that", Swaraj said when asked why India is at a standoff with China on the border.
Participating in an interaction on the theme "China-centric world order inevitable?", Saran said that he compares what was happening now between China and India with what was happening when he was foreign secretary from 2004 to 2006. Asked if he would raise the issue of the standoff with the authorities in China, External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Gopal Baglay said: "We will keep you informed of his other engagements".
"China is also different from [how it was in] 1962", Wang was quoted as saying, noting that in 1962, "logistics difficulties contributed to [China] pulling back and declaring a unilateral ceasefire".
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"As per paragraph 13 in the agreement, it was written that regarding tri-junction points, India, China and third countries (here, Bhutan) will decide together on the matter together".
A Chinese soldier gestures as he stands near an Indian soldier on the Chinese side of the ancient Nathu La border crossing between India and China. We had said that in keeping with tradition of maintaining close consultation on matters of mutual interest, the royal government of Bhutan and the government of India have been in close contact on these unfolding developments, that is what happened on June 16 and thereafter.
She added that India is only interfering in Chinese road construction because the dispute is in the tri-junction area.
Of the 3,488-km-long India-China border from Jammu and Kashmir to Arunachal Pradesh, a 220-km section falls in Sikkim. The aim of the drills, according to reports in Chinese state media, was to improve troops' "combat capability in such locations".
Taking a serious note of the Chinese activities, Delhi has described it as a major security concern since it gives China access to the narrow strip of land connecting mainland India to its north-eastern states.