China Accuses India Of 'Delaying Tactics' After Sushma's Parliament Address

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| August 4 , 2017 , 14:01 IST

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s aggressive statements in the Parliament on Thursday seems fruitless as China on Friday accused India of 'delaying tactics' asking the country to immediately retreat their 'trespassing troops'.

The Chinese Defence Ministry spokesperson Ren Guoqiang, in an official statement on Friday, said, "“India must give up the illusion of its delaying tactic and immediately withdraw its trespassing troops to the Indian side of the boundary.”

The Chinese news agency quoted the spokesperson saying that India must " immediately withdraw its trespassing troops".

He said, “Chinese armed forces have shown a high level of restraint with an eye to the general bilateral relations and the regional peace and stability…. However, goodwill has its principles and restraint has its bottom line.”

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The Chinese statement came in response to Indian External Minister Sushma Swaraj's Parliament address where she had said that the standoff between India and China can only be resolved through diplomacy as war would not be helpful.

"We will continue to engage with the Chinese side through diplomatic channels to find a mutually acceptable solution based on the Astana consensus of our leaders. I note the sense of the House is supportive," she had said in her address on Thursday.

Also responding to the questions of Indian Army's capabilities, Sushma said that the military is always ready as they are meant to fight wars, however, 'war cannot resolve problems'.

India and China have been engaged in a stand-off at Doklam where Indian troops had obstructed the construction of a Chinese road in the disputed region that falls in the India-Bhutan-China tri junction.

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While China claims that the land belongs to the country, India is supporting the Bhutanese claim on the disputed land. India is also concerned with the road construction as it only serves military operations and has no economic advantages. India is concerned that the road might give the Chinese army an upper hand in the chicken's neck which connects India to its north-eastern states.

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This Vedic astrology writer's alerts for more care and appropriate strategy for India during year 2017 in article " 2017 - an opportune year for India with major worrisome concerns in February-March and August-September" were issued widely to Indian news media last year in October - November 2016. While covering August -September or near about in year 2017 for India , the alert prediction reads like this : " AUGUST-SEPTEMBER OR NEAR ABOUT LOOKS TO BE PRESENTING WAR OR BIG TERROR , COULD ALSO BE THROUGH SEA". The place of India was indicated to be northern part like Leh Ladakh, which has come out to be somewhat indicative. This was with specific context of India only. Similar major worrisome concerns in the global context were expressed in this writer's article of 16 May 2017 - " Is World War III round the corner ?" - published in the Summer (June) 2017 issue of The Astrologer's Notebook , a quarterly print Newsletter from North Port , Florida. The related part of alert for world including India reads like this in the aforesaid article : " The global events predicted in this article could likely begin to show up in mild measure from about 24 June and after to grow up gradually for a final show during 19 August to 4 September with peak hype on 30 August ( it could be 29 in the west) in the year 2017". Going by developments in Sikkim border of India after 24 June 2017 and posture of China there , it can be said that alert so early in October-November last year for India has been meaningful.