Narendra Modi 3rd Term; China PM Li Qiang | India China Relations | China congratulates Modi 8 days after the results: PM Qiang said – ready to take the relationship forward together, had objected to Taiwan's congratulations

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China's rubber-stamp parliament last year appointed President Xi Jinping's loyalist Li Qiang as the premier. - Dainik Bhaskar

China’s rubber-stamp parliament last year appointed President Xi Jinping’s confidante Li Keqiang as premier.

Eight days after the results of the Lok Sabha elections were announced in India, China’s Prime Minister Li Keqiang has congratulated PM Modi, according to China’s state media Xinhua. On Tuesday, the Chinese PM said, “The strong and stable development of China-India relations is not only important for the well-being of the countries, but it also serves to bring stability to the whole region and the world.”

Li Qiang further said, “China is ready to work with India to take the bilateral relations between the two countries in the right direction. This will also be the right decision for the citizens of both countries.” Earlier, China’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning also congratulated PM Narendra Modi for his third term.

The footage is from June 9, when Modi took oath as Prime Minister for the third time. Leaders of 7 countries were invited to this ceremony.

The footage is from June 9, when Modi took oath as Prime Minister for the third time. Leaders of 7 countries were invited to this ceremony.

India will change the names of 30 places in Tibet
This statement of China has come at a time when media reports are claiming that after the formation of the new government, India is going to change the names of 30 places in Tibet soon. The Indian Army will also soon release a new map of LAC with new names.

The names of places in Tibet have been kept on the basis of old names of India after a lot of research. Actually, China keeps changing the names of places in Arunachal Pradesh many times by claiming it to be its part. India has taken this decision to answer China in this matter.

On PM Modi’s statement, China had said- India should stay away from Taiwan
Earlier on June 6, China had objected to Taiwan President Lai Ching Te’s congratulation to Modi and the PM’s response to it. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning had said that there is only one China in the world. Taiwan is a part of China. China considers Taiwan a separate country and opposes countries that have relations with it.

He had said that the world believes in the principle of One China. On this basis, it builds relations with countries around the world. India is also among those countries that support the One China Policy. In such a situation, Prime Minister Modi should oppose the congratulations of the President of Taiwan.

Actually, Taiwan’s new President Lai Ching Te had congratulated PM Modi on his victory in the Lok Sabha elections on June 5. On this, Modi had written in his reply, ‘India is ready to build close relations with Taiwan.’ China was enraged by this comment of Modi. China had warned India to stay away from Taiwan.

The visual is from 2020, when soldiers of both countries came face to face on the India-China border.

The visual is from 2020, when soldiers of both countries came face to face on the India-China border.

Tension increased between India and China after the Galwan clash
After the Galwan clash between India and China in 2020, tensions between the two countries had increased. In fact, in April-May 2020, China had gathered troops in the border areas of Eastern Ladakh on the pretext of exercise. After this, incidents of infiltration took place at many places. The Indian government also deployed troops equal to China in this area.

The situation got so bad that after more than 4 decades, bullets were fired on the LAC. During this time, 20 Indian soldiers were martyred in a clash with the Chinese army in the Galwan Valley on 15 June. It was said that 38 Chinese soldiers were killed in the Galwan clash.

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