BJP staff in Arunachal Pradesh on Saturday staged a protest towards the development of a village by China within the northeastern state’s Higher Subansiri district and burnt the effigy of Chinese language President Xi Jinping.
BJP spokesperson Techi Necha stated that China repeatedly claims Arunachal Pradesh as its territory and makes such intrusions into the state.
“We strongly condemn such acts of China and wish to ship a powerful message to Beijing that we’re Indian and shall stay Indian.
“The world (the place the village has reportedly been constructed) was earlier occupied by China in 1959 throughout the Congress rule and the get together had failed to guard it or develop the border areas of the state,” Mr Necha instructed reporters.
He stated that the ruling BJP authorities is establishing the two,000-km-long Arunachal Frontier Freeway alongside the McMahon Line.
“Roads and bridges in border areas like Gelling in Higher Siang and Kaho and Chaglagam in Anjaw districts have already been accomplished, whereas the Congress had not made any effort to assemble roads throughout its tenure,” he stated.
Responding to a query of whether or not there was an intelligence failure or negligence on the Centre’s half regardless of repeated cautioning by BJP MP Tapir Gao within the Parliament, he dismissed the probabilities and stated the central authorities is likely to be taking time to reply on account of