China calls Indian Army memorial in Ladakh Chinese, Indians vent anger on Netdunia


China has repeatedly claimed a large part of Ladakh as its own. This has heated up the Sino-Indian border situation for the past few months. Meanwhile, the popular social media Twitter has added fuel to the fire. There have been serious allegations on social media that a part of Ladakh has been identified as Chinese by the Geo Location Service.

On the way from Leh to Kargil, four kilometers away from the city of Leh, a memorial has been erected for the heroic fighters who were martyred in the Indo-Pakistani war. Journalist Nitin Gokhale visited the memorial. From there he did a live on Twitter.

Leh is seen as part of China on the live Twitter Geo Location Service. The screenshot posted by Nitin Gokhale clearly shows “Leh-People's Republic of China”. The screenshot went viral as soon as it was posted on social media. The anger of Indian netizens overflowed. However, Twitter has not yet commented on the matter.

Earlier, Arunachal Pradesh (arunachal pradesh) was not considered as part of India (china) mobile phone maker xiaomi! A netizen expressed his anger in Netpara by making such a complaint. He said Shaomi's weather app doesn't work in Itanagar, the capital of Arunachal Pradesh.

Popular tech youtuber Gaurab Chowdhury Shaomi with the hashtag #XiaomiJawabDo to ask this question became a trend on social media. As Xiaomi is a Chinese company, the issue immediately took a political turn.

Let me inform you that China considers Arunachal Pradesh as its part like Ladakh. “Our position on the eastern side of the Sino-Indian border and southern Tibet is clear,” the Chinese Foreign Ministry said in a statement. I have never acknowledged the existence of the so-called illegally created Arunachal Pradesh in Chinese territory. “