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Govt briefs oppn leaders on China, Kashmir

16 July 2017

The Royal Government of Bhutan's statement issued on June 29, said the construction of the road inside Bhutanese territory was a direct violation of written agreements of 1988 and 1998 and affects the ongoing demarcation process between the two countries.

India, the other day has turned down China's offer to mediate tensions between Pakistan and India over the Kashmir issue and has said that it does not require a third country's intervention on the issue.

Sources said the opposition was informed about the ground situation in Dokalam area and what the government meant to do to de-escalate the border tension. "What the Indian government pursues is to use the peace talks as a cover to encroach on China's territory and change its status quo".

The ministers insisted that the attack was not an outcome of any security lapse but it took place because the bus carrying the pilgrims was not registered with the authorities and moved much after the security forces had withdrawn from the area.

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The two senior ministers of the Narendra Modi government are giving a detailed presentation on the prevailing situation along the Sino-Indian border and Jammu and Kashmir and the government action as well.

Defence minister Arun Jaitley, home minister Singh and foreign minister Sushma Swaraj along with national security adviser Ajit Doval were present at the meeting.

THE OPPOSITION is unlikely to adopt a "very aggressive" position on the border stand-off with China in Parliament, after arriving at a broad understanding with the government ahead of the monsoon session starting Monday to maintain a measured tone in line with India's diplomatic position on the issue, sources told The Indian Express. Sharma said that Congress made its view clear that national security was the priority and advised the government to rise above politics and tackle the situation diplomatically. The government replied that it was for China to answer.

The Opposition parties appreciated the government's efforts to take them into confidence on these critical issues. "All of us know that the heart of the matter is cross-border terrorism perpetrated on India, including Jammu and Kashmir". Today India is led by the Hindu supremacist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), while Pakistan's rulers seek to advance their own mercenary interests by using Islamist organizations to channel the opposition to the Indian state in a reactionary, communalist direction.

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Yechury, however, asked the government to reflect and introspect why "suddenly" India's neighbourly ties in the region have "deteriorated".

In the China State Council Information Office (SCIO)-run China Daily, Lin Minwang, a researcher at the Institute of International Studies, Fudan University, Shanghai, wrote, "It is becoming clear that India is ready to serve as an ally of the U.S. rather than a swing power that honours independent, non-aligned diplomacy. They have promised to support government over the issue".

"The Foreign Secretary said that China constructing a road in Doklam will affect our strategic interests", according to an official who attended the meeting.

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Govt briefs oppn leaders on China, Kashmir