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AIMIM chief Asaduddin Al-Owaisi targeted the government after the US General’s statements about the Line of Actual Control (LAC). He said foreigners tell us about China’s activities, and the government should be ashamed of that. At the same time, he accused the government of not discussing the matter in Parliament.

The AIMIM chief said, “We need an American general to say that the situation in Ladakh is a ‘warning’ and an ‘eye-opening’ due to China’s willingness and activities, because our frank prime minister forgot to speak in China. It is sad that my questions on this matter were rejected in Parliament and not There was no discussion about activities along the Chinese border.” A foreigner tells us this in Delhi, the government should be ashamed.

A senior US military official has warned that China’s preparations are ringing alarm bells in Latin America and the Caribbean

What did the American general say?
A senior US general said on Wednesday that China’s construction of some defense infrastructure near the border with India in Ladakh is “disturbing” and that Chinese activities in the region are “eye-opening”.

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The commander of the US Army in the Pacific, General Charles A. Flynn told reporters here that the CPC’s “destabilizing and pressure” behavior in the Indo-Pacific region would not help it and that China had set it up near its border with India. The deteriorating defense infrastructure is worrisome.

The armed forces of India and China have maintained tense relations along the border in eastern Ladakh since May 5, 2020, when violent clashes erupted between the two sides in Pangong Tso districts. Last month, it emerged that China was building another bridge in its occupied area around the strategically important Pangong Lake in eastern Ladakh to help the army move its forces into the area quickly.

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