BEIJING: Dismissing as "untenable" India's assertion that Beijing's construction of road in the disputed Doklam area poses "serious security implications", China's official news agency on Sunday asked New Delhi not to deviate consensus on developing bilateral relations.
Asking India to withdraw its troops from the area to end the current standoff, Xinhua news agency in a commentary said, "It is well known that the Sikkim section of the China-India boundary has been demarcated by the 1890 Sino-British treaty".
India must remain firm in their positionl on boarder issue with China and force China to blink first when see them eye to eye.
We won't.. We are with our soldiers.. Remember it was 1962 war which led us to know what Chinese are.. We are democratic.. Not communist.. We elected our government.. Knowing that what they capable of doing .. If our soldiers stand we stand beside them.. Every Indian gonna stand by them it's a question on our pride.. I will be there with my army.. Jo hota hai honne dou.. Sarforoshi ki tammana ab hamare dil mai hai
Watch the whole border. Dont let this one incident distract Indians. They need to watch Land air and sea and plan their moves accordingly. China just launched a military satellite. They claim it failed. Dont believe them. Keep up pressure on Pakis and in Kashmir. Get our nukes out and deploy them.
The Chinese Media is anyway controlled by the Chinese Govt. Their tendencies are such if anybody eats Chinese cuisine, they will claim that area belongs to Chinese...
India should think about inviting observers from other countries into the area to show that Bhutan does not stand alone - from Japan, Vietnam, US, ...
why should we withdraw from our own area and please stop singing old songs
China you go back to your border
Chiniese are most cunning breed in this world.. careful dealing with them
we will not withdraw troops instead will withdraw all Chinese products from the shelfs. be prepared. india imports 5 times of export from china. imagine the economic impact if we Indians stop buying your stuff.