BJP MP cautioned the central government
Foreign Ministry’s silence despite complaint
Tapir Gao raised the issue in the Lok Sabha
60 km inside China was captured
New Delhi: Doklam like situation may arise inside indian
territory. This warning has been given by BJP MP in house.
The BJP MP has alerted the central government about China’s
incursion into Arunachal. He has said that the events like
Doklam have again happened in Arunachal Pradesh. China has
occupied an area of about 60 km inside this state.
BJP member Tapir Gao claimed in Lok Sabha.
After his statement, the Ministry of External Affairs has refused
to comment on this.
In this regard, the Ministry of External Affairs today refused
to comment on the encroachment of Indian territory by China.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar quoted the national
news as saying that he would not like to comment on the
discussion in Parliament. He said that this is a concern of the
Ministry of Defense and Ministry of Home Affairs. It is
mentioned that BJP MP from Arunachal Pradesh Tapir Gaw has
said that China has occupied 50-60 km area of the state. Raising
this issue in the Lok Sabha, he said that if he does not raise the
issue inside the Parliament, the coming generations will not
forgive him. He warned the government that if there would be a
Doklam, it would be in Arunachal Pradesh.
Leaders of various parties and media do not give much priority
to the issues related to Arunachal Pradesh raising this issue
during the Zero Hour in the Lok Sabha, whereas in Karachi,
Pakistan, the price of goods also appears in newspapers. He said
that China occupies Indian territory, but there is no news in any
Doklam issue was a war like situation
No opinion on this sensational statement of Arunachal Pradesh.
There is also no response from the leaders of this House and
political parties. Tapir village said that through this house he
wants to tell the government that if there is another Doklam,
then it will be in Arunachal Pradesh. Those days should never
come, the government should take immediate steps for this.
Referring to Defense Minister Rajnath Singh’s visit to Tawang,
he said that China had objected to this by holding a press
conference. China protested even after the departure of Prime
Minister Narendra Modi, but there was no word on China’s
objection from our government and this House.
However, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju later insisted that his
home state of Arunachal Pradesh There was complete peace
along the India-China border. “No problem. There is peace on
the border,” he had said. , Rijiju had said, “When there is no
demarcation of the border, so if their (Chinese) army comes, we
say that infiltration. When our army goes to that side, they call
it infiltration.” The border of India and China is very wide. This
limit is thousands of kilometers. There is no clear demarcation
of boundaries in many places. In spite of the snow covered
areas in the Himalayas during the cold winter season, there have
been many incidents of Chinese troops taking forward their