No Progress On India-China Relations, Govt Creates Optical Illusion Ahead Of Elections

Both Indian and the Chinese sides are busy giving out positive optics of “all is well” to the people and the world which is being lapped up eagerly by all including the media after the Wuhan summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

But there is no progress on any substantial issues between the two giant Asian neighbours competing with each other. As the ruling BJP starts preparing for the upcoming general elections, there has been tremendous pressure on the Narendra Modi government to claim that relations have improved with China after the Wuhan summit.

Addressing a press conference ahead of the Army Day on January 15, the Indian army chief Gen. Bipin Rawat said: “We have been able to maintain peace and tranquillity along the Chinese border, particularly after the Wuhan summit. Common directions were issued and they are being followed.” Read More

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