Islamabad: India’s National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Tuesday said that China has been made to understand that India will not tolerate any transgression on its territory.
Doval was talking to ANI, and while commenting on the troubled borders of the country claimed that India took harder position against Chinese and Pakistan alike.
Accepting that India has a long-pending territorial dispute with China, he claimed that they have made their position clear with China. “We have made our intentions very clear to China. They are aware of the fact that we will not tolerate any transgression,” Doval claimed. India has been facing trouble as it has not been able to convince it’s population that their border dispute with China is seeing a closure.
Post skirmish in Pangong, where Indian military was humiliated and took casualties, it’s military might has been questioned over the capacity to hold the dragon back at its borders. Indias opposition has time and again targetted ruling Bhartiya Janata Party of compromising it’s territorial integrity by claiming that China never acted on the borders.
On Pakistan Doval said: ‘We will not beg for peace at any terms’.”We can’t have peace & war at the choice of our adversary. If we’ve to protect our interests, then we will decide when and with whom and on what terms we will have peace,” he said.
He claimed that India wants to have good relations with neighbours including Pakistan. “We would like to have normal relations with Pakistan but the certainly tolerance threshold for terrorism is very low,” he was quoted.
The comments made by India’s NSA has only depicted that the establishment in India has been in terrible conditions and posturing is only meant to subvert it’s population. Wt the same time, while Doval tried to claim strong hand in affairs, it has been left red face in disputed Kashmir.
“Yes, they are a vulnerable section & need protection. Govt has taken various steps in the past & probably much more has to be done and that is being done,” says NSA Ajit Doval on the issue of Kashmiri Hindus.