The border dispute between India and China is almost 6 decades old. India always took the initiative to resolve this, but China never did this on its behalf. Sometimes Ladakh, sometimes Aksai Chin, sometimes Tibet and sometimes Doklam and Sikkim. China does not desist from violating the ground border from all sides.
There have been disputes between China and India regarding infiltration because every country views the border from its perspective. There has been no agreement between the two countries to date. The Line of Actual Control (LAC) between India and China is not clear in many areas. Because of this, a situation of tension arises in both countries.
Let us know which are the 8 important points or geographical locations between India and China, about which the dispute between the two continues.
Tibet used to serve as a catalyst between India and China in Tibet, politically and geographically. China removed it in 1950. India has recognized Tibet, but on the pretext of Tibetan refugees, China continues to act on this issue occasionally.
China is continuously constructing construction by making Aksai Chin Road and other such border roads including Aksai Chin Road and Aksai Chin Road in Ladakh region. Due to this, the atmosphere of tension remains. China is also reluctant to consider Jammu and Kashmir as a part of India, but it has no objection to considering PAK-occupied Kashmir as part of Pakistan. This is also a big reason for the ruckus.
There is no clarity on the 3488 km long disputed border, about 3488 km border between the two countries. China does not want to deliberately resolve the border dispute. He uses the border dispute from time to time to pressure India. There are often fight fights between the soldiers of India and China regarding this border. Sometimes soldiers are injured too.
Claim on Arunachal Pradesh
China claims its claim on the whole of Arunachal. China strongly opposed taking a loan from Asia Development Bank for a hydropower project in Arunachal. China gives stapled visas to the residents of Arunachal to be disputed.
So that the people there can come to China. Many times, along with the soldiers of India, on the border of Arunachal, the Chinese soldiers are indecent.
towards river Brahmaputra, China’s attitude towards river Brahmaputra has never been good. He is building several dams on this river. He wants to take his water through canals to areas of North China. Keeping in mind the possibility of this issue becoming a big controversy in the future, India has been raising this issue in bilateral talks.
China’s rising in the Indian Ocean. China has been increasing
its activities in the Indian Ocean for the last few years. It is working on a strategy to encircle India by launching projects in partnership with Pakistan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives. This will give him access to India.
China’s work going on in PoK, China is doing
many development activities in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK) and Gilgit Baltistan. The dam is building. Is making roads. Former army chief VK Singh himself said that three to four thousand Chinese are employed in these areas, including the soldiers of the People’s Liberation Army of China.
Unrest in South Asia from South
China Sea China wants to establish its dominance in the South China Sea. So that it can meet its energy needs. Here he is facing challenges from Vietnam, Japan, and the Philippines.
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A few years ago, he warned Indian companies involved in Vietnam’s two oil block projects to stay away from the South China Sea. Apart from this, China always performs military drill in this area. Because of which there is always an atmosphere of fear in the countries of this region.