India-China Union Minister Muraleedharan-LAC to take on India for peace
India-China Union Minister Muraleedharan-LAC to take on India for peace

New Delhi: China-India relations have been breached since the arrival of Corona, meanwhile India wants to continue discussions with China for peace on the LAC. Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan referred to this in the Lok Sabha to resolve the differences related to LAC in the Lok Sabha. The country said on Wednesday that its engagement with China is difficult and the two countries agreed that the future direction of relations should be built while respecting each other's sensitivities, concerns, and aspirations.

"It has been cleared to the Chinese side that such unilateral attempts are unacceptable," V. Muraleedharan said. These works have seriously disturbed peace with the LAC in the western region. The two sides have agreed to resolve their differences and not to allow differences on any issue to be disputed. He said this when asked about the violation of the chinese discussion in the past and the "improper efforts" to cross the LAC again are affecting India-China relations.

India is an active political and economic partner of its neighbours and is involved in several projects including development projects with these countries. Since April-May last year, China has increased the deployment of jawans on the LAC. Since May months, there have been several infiltration attempts from the Chinese side in the areas close to the LAC. It was also stated on behalf of the central government that India has given a befitting reply to these efforts. Indian External Affairs Minister S on September 10, 2020. Jaishankar met his Chinese counterpart in Moscow.

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