Bangla Hunt Desk: China is taking an aggressive stance not only against India but also against Taiwan and Hong Kong. At the same time, China's official mouthpiece threatened India not to present itself as an independent state on Taiwan's National Day. On Taiwan's National Day, October 10, China wants India not to refer to them as an independent state. However, Taiwan's Foreign Ministry responded to the Chinese media and the Jinping government in a tweet.
Taiwan's Foreign Ministry tweeted, “India is the largest democracy in the world. They prioritize the freedom of the press and the freedom of the people. However, it seems that Communist China wants to impose censorship on all these continents. Indian friends will give them only one answer, GET LOST. ”
#India is the largest democracy on Earth with a vibrant press & freedom-loving people. But it looks like communist #China is hoping to march into the subcontinent by imposing censorship. #Taiwan& # 039; s Indian friends will have one reply: GET LOST! JW https://t.co/XxkSSxj5ms
– 外交部 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ROC (Taiwan) (OMOFA_Taiwan) October 7, 2020
Let it be known that no matter how much the communist government of China talks about peace, they continue to threaten and intimidate other countries through their official mouthpieces. In the border dispute with India, the Jinping government is constantly talking about peace, while the mouthpiece of the Jinping government is constantly threatening and inciting war.
However, India has ignored these threats and is working to build a superpower alliance against China. Two days ago, India, Australia, Japan and the United States joined hands in Japan to formulate a joint strategy against China. And China has fallen asleep in this meeting of four powerful countries. After the inauguration of the world's largest tunnel by the Indian Prime Minister a few days ago, China threatened to destroy the tunnel first if war broke out. In the wake of the Chinese threat, the Indian Air Force has made it clear that it is ready to respond to any Chinese adventure.