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Prime Minister Modi shy to name China in land acquisition: Parliament

New Delhi: After the Chinese government renamed 15 locations in Arnachal Pradesh, Friday’s parliament “refrained from appointing China for land acquisition in the Indian Territory” by the Modi-led government. I blamed him.

Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge’s opposition leader said: Satellite images recently show that China has built two villages on our territory. Prime Minister Modi and his Beijing Janata leaders are shy even to name China! All they do is prevent and deny the Chinese seizure of this land. “

The reaction begins with the Chinese government renaming 15 locations in Arunachal Pradesh on the map before China enforced the new border law.

The Ministry of Civil Affairs of China has issued a statement stating that it has “standardized” the names of 15 locations in Arunachal Pradesh for use on maps of China.

This is the second time China has renamed several places in Arunachal Pradesh. In 2017, China changed its name in six places.

On October 23, China’s highest legislative body, the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, passed a new law on the grounds of “protecting and exploiting national border areas.” The Commission stated that the new law would come into force on January 1.

This law does not specifically cover the border with India. China shares a land boundary of 22,457 km with 14 countries, including India, which is the third longest after the border with Mongolia and Russia.

The new border law has 62 articles and 7 chapters. In accordance with the law, the People’s Republic of China shall set boundary markers on the boundaries of all lands to clearly indicate the borders.

The type of marker must be determined in agreement with the relevant neighboring states.

Parliament was critical of the government’s response to the conflict with China.

https://www.siasat.com/pm-modi-shy-of-naming-china-on-land-grab-congress-2250651/ Prime Minister Modi shy to name China in land acquisition: Parliament

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