China says no change in its stand on India's membership to NSG
BEIJING: China today asserted its opposition to India's membership bid to the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), saying there is no change in its stand and efforts were on to forge "consensus" among the 48-member elite nuclear club about the admission of new members.
China, a key member of the NSG, has been stridently opposing India's bid primarily on the grounds that New Delhi is not a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Its opposition has made India's entry into the group difficult as the NSG works on the principle of consensus.
Devil-10 hours ago
China won't change its stance until we decide to boycott all made in China goods. Need to boycott Chinese goods and promote indigenous goods.
Jnknws-Timbaktu-10 hours ago
Actually China is not eligible to stay in NSG after their clandestine export of nuclear technology to both Paki, the rogue state and the North Korea, the evil empire. The results are there for all to see!
Mahesh Suryawanshi-10 hours ago
No need of Chinese support for NSG and no need of Chinese products also... Boycott chinese
Rajesh Nair-10 hours ago
Instead of fighting china for NSG we should fight them on becoming economically powerful. Everything else will fall in place. However we are busy fighting ourselves internally.
Sanjib-10 hours ago
No problem... if we don''t have solution to a problem, lets change the problem itself... let the UN make necessary amendments in the NSG membership policy, which is going to happen very soon for sure, to resist chinkies from their everlasting lust of expansion.
Sachin-Delhi-9 hours ago
For the sake of our nation dignity and pride we should stop buying Chinese goods.Alternatives of the Chinese goods are not better but still we can manage with them.
This much sacrifice should be in the heart of every Indian.
Please make our country be respected...
Romi -mumbai-9 hours ago
Looks like its china that is more worried about india nsg the india itself
Rohan-india-10 hours ago
China & Pakistan are twin exporters of terror to India
Amarendra Ray-delhi-10 hours ago
All NSG members should have a rethink about China''s hegemonic policies. Why not remove from NSG membership more so when China being a signatory of NPT largely responsible for S Korea''s nuclear capability.
Anil-10 hours ago
Chinese will never change their stand till pakistan is treated on same level as India on NSG membership as Chinese would utilize pakistan as strategic backyard to store and install nuclear arms and missiles to counter threats perceived in the region and beyond.
Pampanan Thulasimani-9 hours ago
Why China has the veto power? China develops nuclear weapons through North Korea. Unless India learns to deal with Chinise menace effectively India will suffer.
Prithviraj Kumar-10 hours ago
It is high time that India bans all imports from China.