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China made new land boundary law amid border dispute with India

Chinese New Border Policy and its effects on India

Ground Report | New Delhi: China new land boundary; China has passed a new land border law to strengthen and regulate its borders. This law will come into effect from January 1. The law recognizes that “China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity are sacrosanct and non-violent”.

China new land boundary

The law has come at a time when China has a long-standing border dispute with India in eastern Ladakh and the northeastern states. Despite several talks at the commander level, the stand-off in eastern Ladakh for more than a year is not being resolved.

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Members of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC) approved the legislation during the concluding meeting of Parliament on Saturday. The land border law does not necessarily change the way border security works, but it reflects China’s growing confidence in handling its borders.

The law states that China can close its borders in the event of a military conflict or war that threatens border security. The law also focuses on improving construction works in border areas.

The new law also includes strengthening support capacity for construction, improving operations and building for construction in border cities. The law states that in these areas the country can take steps to strengthen border security, support economic and social development, improve public services and infrastructure.

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severely disturbed

Last week, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said that the incidents along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh have “severely disturbed” the peace and tranquility in the border areas, and it clearly has an impact on wider relations as well. Is kept.

The Foreign Secretary, in his remarks at a seminar on “Leveraging China’s Economy” on October 21, also referred to External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar’s remarks that India and China’s ability to work together will determine the Asian century.

“For this, it is imperative to maintain peace and tranquility in the border areas. He (Jaishankar) has also categorically stated that the development of our relations can only be based on reciprocity – mutual respect, mutual sensitivity, and mutual interests should guide this process,” Shringla said.

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