Thursday, 6 April 2017

As China inhales fire over Dalai Lama's visit, Arunachal CM's Tibet remark makes worldwide feature

Itanagar: As Beijing blows hot and frosty over Tibetan profound pioneer Dalai Lama's visit to Arunachal Pradesh, Chief Minister Pema Khandu's dangerous remark that India offers fringe with Tibet and not China may have stoked the fire even as it stood out as truly newsworthy.

China claims Arunachal Pradesh is a piece of their domain while India says it is an indistinguishable piece of the nation.

Despite the fact that Beijing considers the 81-year-old as a separatist, New Delhi has expelled that depiction, saying he has a given following in the area.

"Beijing has no privilege to undermine Delhi on the Dalai Lama's development inside the nation as India shares limit with Tibet and not China," NDTV cited Khandu as saying.

"China should not be instructing us and what not to do in light of the fact that it is not our adjacent neighbor," he included.

Alluding to his remark, The Washington Post composed Indian Prime Minister Narendra "Modi isn't the just a single making incitements.

"The central clergyman of Arunachal Pradesh chose to take a still less Chinese-accommodating line over the Dalai Lama's visit."

On Tuesday, the Nobel peace laureate got a cheerful welcome in the town of Bomdila in Arunachal.

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