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Protest by the People of Arunachal Against Chinese Village in its Territory

  by NEWSNER , 2021-01-29 11:31:43


Protest by the People of Arunachal Against Chinese Village in its Territory

The All Arunachal Pradesh Students' Union (AAPSU) on Thursday dispatched a state-wide protest against China for building up a village in the Upper Subansiri area. 

 

Protest at Indira Gandhi Park:

 

The compelling understudies' gathering alongside 16 of its units and local area based association organized a protest at Indira Gandhi Park in state capital Itanagar. In Daporijo, the area base camp of Upper Subansiri, the local students' association coordinated an enormous show also. 

 

Understudies and youth activists approached the centre to "act intense" on the issue and requested an explanation from the government on Chinese exercises close to the McMahon Line, the specified boundary among India and China in Arunachal Pradesh that is contested by Beijing. 

 

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AAPSU President Addressed the Journalists:

 

Addressing journalists, AAPSU president Hawa Bagang reprimanded the middle for its "disappointment in ensuring" the state from "foreign invasion". 

 

Battle Against China:

 

"The AAPSU is prepared to battle against the Chinese military if the local government approves," Mr Bagang said, encouraging MPs from the state to be vocal on such issues, concerning the interest of Arunachal Pradesh and its kin. 

 

The individuals of the state are disappointed against the lazy mentality of the centre towards such major issues, AAPSU general secretary Tobom Dai said. 

 

Hammering the Center for remaining "quiet" over the issue, dissidents at Upper Subansiri additionally said the area doesn't have any great street, which was brought to the notification of Union Minister Kiren Rijiju, yet without any result.

 

 

Credit: NDTV

 

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