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China Moves Military Equipment To Border Amid Standoff With India

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| July 19 , 2017 , 19:06 IST

Amid the border standoff with India in the disputed Doklam region, the Chinese Military has moved “tens of thousands of tonnes” of military equipment to Tibet.

According to a Chinese media report, China has moved a huge amount of military equipment, including weapons, by road and rail by the western theatre command that among other things handle the border issues with India.

The People’s Liberation Army, on Wednesday, was quoted by the South China Morning Post saying, “The vast haul was transported to a region south of the Kunlun Mountains in northern Tibet by the western theatre command, which oversees the restive regions of Xinjiang and Tibet, and handles border issues with India.”

According to experts, this equipment transfer was most likely related to the stand-off. It's also possible that it could have been an effort to bring India to negotiate with China said, Ni Lexiong, a Chinese military expert. He said, “Diplomatic talks must be backed by military preparation.”

The Chinese media has also reported that the Chinese military is being ‘unusually aggressive’ in the border row with China.

Earlier, Indian troops had obstructed the construction of a Chinese road in the disputed Doklam region that falls in the India-Bhutan-China tri junction. China, however, claims that Indian soldiers trespassed into Chinese territory to prevent the construction of the road.

This border row has been going on for over a month now, both Chinese and Indian troops have been engaged in a standoff in the disputed area ever since. Beijing has withdrawn from any talk between the two countries until India pulls back from the stand-off.

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India should at once get all the dozens of other countries around china whose land and borders the chinks have encroached upon and shame china in the world stage as nothing but a stinking, yellow, rouge state and a land grabber. Then we would like to see what Xi jingping (AKA Winnie the Pooh) says. https://youtu.be/ge_dWvFGroM http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-07-18/winnie-the-pooh-falls-foul-of-the-chinese-government/8720556