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Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Dalai Lama’s Arunachal Pradesh visit: `China could interfere in Kashmir`

New Delhi: The Chinese media on Thursday portrayed India's turn to permit Tibetan profound pioneer the Dalai Lama to visit Arunachal Pradesh in spite of China's protest as "awkward and impolite".

A publication in the state-run Global Times stated: "With a GDP (total national output) a few times higher than that of India, military abilities that can achieve the Indian Ocean and having great relations with India's fringe countries, combined with the way that India's turbulent northern state outskirts China, if China takes part in a geopolitical amusement with India, will Beijing lose to New Delhi?"

"The Dalai's visit to Arunachal Pradesh this time is viewed as New Delhi utilizing the minister as a strategic apparatus to put weight on China," it said.

"Be that as it may, this is a cumbersome and impolite move. The Dalai is an exceedingly politicized image in China's discretion. For any nation, its state of mind toward the Dalai Lama nearly influences the whole association with China." Read more:-International Database

In the mean time, a top Chinese authority said India was "losing its respect".

"This is not the first occasion when that the Dalai Lama has gone to south Tibet and called the locale Indian domain, which implies he is focused on isolating the country," Zhu Weiqun, the leader of the ethnic and religious undertakings board of trustees of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, told the Global Times.

"India is losing its respect as a major power by playing around with such a figure."

In the interim, Zhao Gancheng, the chief of the Center for Asia-Pacific Studies of the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies, told the newspaper that intriguing the Dalai Lama could be India's approach to enroll its mistake with the current key discourse with China.