India won’t tolerate any transgression by China: NSA Doval

New Delhi: National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval strongly addressed the question of Chinese forays into Indian territory and said that India will not tolerate any transgression by China.

Speaking exclusively to ANI, Ajit Doval talked about external security measures taken by India after its border standoff with China. “We have a long-pending territorial dispute with China. We have made our intentions very clear to China and they are aware of the fact that we will not tolerate any transgression…”

Responding to the question of whether China has put on hold its expansionist policy with regard to India, NSA Ajit Doval said: “There had been some unsavory incidents in 2020. We had been able to — through talks, negotiations, and persuasion — have resolved some of it, few points still remain to be resolved. We will continue our efforts, at the same time; we have got to ensure that we are vigilant and are able to protect our borders totally.”

Following the standoff due to the actions of the Chinese Army in eastern Ladakh in April-May 2020, India and China have held several rounds of diplomatic and military talks and have achieved disengagement from some areas but some friction points remain. The two countries have held 15 rounds of Corps Commander-level talks.

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