Indian leaders frequently visit China to stir up trouble in southern Tibet (Figure)
10 11, Indian soldiers in the “Arunachal Pradesh” a checkpoint checks a rider
10 13, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu issued a statement saying that China and India against the Indian leaders to visit sensitive areas. Recently, the Indian leaders frequently visit the so-called “Arunachal Pradesh” (ie China Southern Tibet), attempting to artificially create “fait accompli” strategy for China to make concessions. The Chinese government has repeatedly insisted that India does not recognize the occupation of the area or the creation of this “state” of legitimacy.
China to make a tough response
starting from October 12, a large number of heavily armed Indian soldiers and police gathered in the so-called “Arunachal Pradesh “(southern Tibet) capital Itanagar, for 13 day’s parliamentary elections held there guarded by security. According to Indian media reports, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visited the area earlier this month to participate in election campaigns, saying, “Congress on ‘Arunachal Pradesh’ has the emotional attachment.”
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu 13, said: “We demand that India attaches importance to China’s solemn concern not to stir up trouble in the disputed region, to facilitate the healthy development of Sino-Indian relations.”
Although this statement did not mention China, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s name, but Brad Macerata Rani Indian strategic analysts said, China’s tone is very strong, the use of “we demand” and “stir up trouble” and so on less diplomatic terms used in occasions.
for China’s response to Indian Foreign Minister Krishna immediately make a tough response to that “Arunachal Pradesh” (southern Tibet) is an integral part of India, which the Prime Minister has the right to their visit. Indian Foreign Ministry also said in a statement that the Indian attitude towards China expressed “disappointment and concern.”
Indian dignitaries to visit military band, southern Tibet
so-called “Arunachal Pradesh” Geographically speaking, part of southern Tibet, part of Chinese territory in history. In 1954, India unilaterally designate the so-called “McMahon Line” south of the establishment of the so-called “NEFA” in 1987 to be upgraded to “Arunachal Pradesh” (southern Tibet). But China has never recognized the “McMahon Line.” Currently, the Indian Army in the deployment of a tight defense forces, and prohibits foreigners from entering the area.
this year, Indian leaders frequently appear in the “Arunachal Pradesh” (southern Tibet). In April this year, Indian President Pratibha Patil’s first visit there. 4 days, Patil specifically where he inspected a frontier outpost. The post is located only 3.3 km from the Chinese border, a small village-based than the figure, the presence of the headquarters of eastern India, 82 Mountain Brigade. That same month, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to “Arunachal Pradesh” (southern Tibet) to “visit.” India then in June of this year significantly more troops to the region.
and Patil, India’s former foreign minister Pranab Mukherjee’s visit is also quite purposeful. According to Indian media reports, in November 2008, when she was appointed Mukherjee during a visit to the state border town of Tawang in a Buddhist temple, said: “China’s claim of ‘Arunachal Pradesh’ sovereignty, but the ‘Aru Naqia Pradesh ‘occupy a special place in our minds. “
India to balance China’s” pawn “
India on” Aru Naqia Pradesh “(southern Tibet) the dispute began in 1914. British possession in the year in Simla Conference, the British envoy McMahon will Tawang and other areas of Chinese territory was placed under the British Indian territory, but the Chinese delegates did not sign the treaty and therefore invalid. At present, China still adhere to the traditional Sino-Indian boundary line.
total area of ??nearly 90,000 square kilometers of “Arunachal Pradesh” (southern Tibet), the population nearly 100 million. All of them indigenous languages, belong to the Sino-Tibetan languages ??of the Tibeto-Burman branch. As the Sixth Dalai Lama Lama was born in Tawang district of the central city, therefore, Tibetan Buddhism is very popular here. Now, although because of Indian immigrants, where Buddhist Mamba greatly reduced the proportion of people, but there is still a significant proportion of local Buddhists.
since the Dalai Lama fled to India in 1959, a number of confused by the Tibetans to the Dalai clique “Arunachal Pradesh” (southern Tibet), so this became the “exile settlements. ” In August 2008, instigated by the Dalai clique, about 250 Tibetans in the region, in the Indian capital New Delhi, march to attack China’s Tibet policy.
sensitive not only to the Dalai Lama to use this place to attack China and India to balance China is also here as a card. They draw some international organizations to assist the region, in effect causing the illusion of the region belongs to India. In June this year, India successfully lobbied the Asian Development Bank, will be a $ 2.9 billion plan to grant loans to India, including for “Arunachal Pradesh” (southern Tibet) $ 60 million construction loan. After efforts by the Chinese side, the plan was only to stop.
Indian leaders frequently visited “Arunachal Pradesh” (southern Tibet), in the end trying to do ? China Institute of Contemporary International Relations, Associate Fu Xiaoqiang gave away the answer. He told “World News” reporter: “This is a strategy, is attempting to strengthen the occupation of the so-called inspection impression to the outside world, with China to accept the fait accompli.” Fu Xiaoqiang that this move is not only India’s very naive, unrealistic, but also on the Sino-Indian relations have become increasingly serious negative impact.
long time, the impact of Sino-Indian boundary issue has been the main crux of the problem. Fu Xiaoqiang that in the past 60 years, the Sino-Indian border issue around the two sides launched dozens of rounds of talks, however, the problem seems to be the boundary into a dead end. For the future the two countries have the opportunity once again at the negotiating table, said Fu Xiaoqiang situation is not optimistic. Reporter/Tan Li told reporters in India/Hu Wei-min