Congress said on Sunday that if the need arises, the government should lead China to international dispute resolution forums over the formation of a “very dangerous” man-made lake in Tibet, which poses a risk to China. ‘Arunachal Pradesh.
The opposition party criticized the government for its response on strategic issues, saying all of its speeches about nationalism, “the 56-inch chest” and “red-eyed,” when it comes to details, sounds like “empty slogans and empty statements”.
Congress spokesman Abhishek Singhvi spoke of the danger of the lake on the Yarlung Tsangpo River in Tibet, the “high number of Chinese troops” in the Depsang region of Ladakh and Nepal’s decision to claim certain Indian territories, and said the government should be clear on issues and resolve them.
“There is a very dangerous man-made lake that has sprung up in the area above Arunachal Pradesh, Tibet, on the Yarlung Tsangpo river,” he said, adding that he would not. exaggeration to call it a potential “water bomb”. .
“The slightest crack, fisherman or deliberate sabotage would inundate and inundate the great misery of Arunachal and the whole Siang basin,” Singhvi said.
Officials say an alert was raised throughout the Siang River basin in Arunachal Pradesh after the Union Interior Ministry informed in a report that the artificial lake was formed in Tibet.
However, Singhvi said the government needs to do a lot more at the international diplomatic level.
“If necessary, China should be drawn into international conflict resolution forums.
“We cannot do things upstream, which will endanger downstream entities, it is a basic principle of international law, but nothing is said, shared or disclosed by this government,” he said. he assures.
In the Depsang region, he said that while military and diplomatic talks unfolded, “the reality on the ground is that a minimum of 12,000 and more precisely 17,000, it is believed, additional Chinese troops and fresh, stay there “.
“There is no hindsight. They are apparently from the Fourth Motorized Infantry Division of China. Again, what are you (the government) doing … No response, silence, no conversation, no dialogue, total lack of confidence, “he said.
Mr Singhvi said the third example was from Nepal which, clearly under the evil influence of China, over its flawed bid, claimed areas like Kalapani, Lipulekh and Limpiyadhura and drew them to its own map.