‘Arunachal Inalienable Part Of India’: MEA On China’s Objection To Amit Shah’s Visit

A day after China criticised Dwelling Minister Amit Shah’s go to to Arunachal Pradesh, the Ministry of Exterior Affairs on Tuesday mentioned the northeast state was an “integral and inalienable a part of India”.

Rejecting China’s remarks on Shah’s go to, MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi mentioned such objections don’t stand to motive and won’t change actuality.

“We fully reject the feedback made by the Chinese language official spokesperson. Indian leaders routinely journey to the state of Arunachal Pradesh as they do to every other state of India,” Bagchi mentioned in a tweet.

“Arunachal Pradesh was, is and can at all times stay an integral and inalienable a part of India. Objecting to such visits doesn’t stand to motive and won’t change the above actuality,” he mentioned.

Bagchi was responding to media queries on the Chinese language response.

On Monday, Amit Shah visited Arunachal Pradesh and launched the ‘Vibrant Villages Programme’ from Kibithoo, a village alongside the India-China border and India’s easternmost place. Addressing a gathering, the Dwelling MInister, in a transparent message to China, mentioned nobody can dare solid an evil eye on India’s territorial integrity and encroach even an “inch of our land”.

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“Instances when anybody might encroach on Indian land have handed. Nobody can query India’s territorial integrity. No one can take even an inch of our land,” he had mentioned.

Final week, China “renamed” some locations in Arunachal Pradesh that it claims as a part of its territory. That is the third time that China has “renamed” locations in Arunachal Pradesh, which it calls “Zangnan, the southern a part of Tibet”.

Whereas speaking to reporters, Chinese language Overseas Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin mentioned, “Zangnan is China’s territory”.

“The Indian official’s go to to Zangnan violates China’s territorial sovereignty, and isn’t conducive to the peace and tranquility of the border state of affairs,” he mentioned, as quoted by information company Reuters.

India has rejected China’s renaming transfer, calling Arunachal an “inalienable” a part of India. 

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