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What if we enter Sikkim or Kashmir? asks China

Refusing to accede to India’s request to withdraw the troops simultaneously, China asked India as to what if it entered the Kalapani region in Uttarakhand or Kashmir creating further tension in the region. China and India has assembled their troops for the past 50 days in the DOKLAM area bordering Sikkim where the PLA is purportedly building a road.

Though India shouldn’t be concerned much about Doklam since Bhutan is claiming the rights over it, China on the other hand is maintaining a strong stance that it belonged to its territory.  

“Even if there is only one Indian soldier, even for a day it is still a violation of our sovereignty and territorial integrity,” Wang Wenli, Deputy Director General of the Boundary and Ocean Affairs of China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said. She added further saying 

“It is impossible to have a dialogue with India at this time. Our people will think our government is incompetent. Until the Indian side withdraws from the Chinese territory, there will be no substantive talks between us”. 
“We think it is not doable for the Indian side to use tri-junction as an excuse,” she said adding further “The Indian side has also many tri-junctions. What if we use the same excuse and enter the Kalapani region between China, India and Nepal or even into the Kashmir region between India and Pakistan, Therefore, using the tri-junction as an excuse does not hold water at all. It will only cause more trouble.”
Indian counterpart has not yet responded to the statement as of now.

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