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Galwan culprit China remembers Mahatma Gandhi, what did Jinping’s envoy say remembering the Father of the Nation

Beijing: China, which intimidated the world by showing its military power, is now remembering the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, the priest of non-violence. It is trying to improve its relations with India by citing the ideas of Mahatma Gandhi. In fact, Chinese Ambassador to India Xu Feihong has advocated improving bilateral relations by citing a famous phrase of Mahatma Gandhi. There has been border tension between India and China since 2020. The armies of both the countries are still deployed with heavy weapons on both sides of the border. However, both the countries have been talking about resolving tensions through mutual understanding and dialogue.

Why Mahatma Gandhi is becoming popular in China - Central Tibetan  Administration

What did the Chinese ambassador say

At a program, Chinese Ambassador Xu Feihong said that Mahatma Gandhi once said, “The future depends on what we do in the present.” Improvement and development of bilateral relations will not come naturally like the monsoon in New Delhi. This cannot happen without joint efforts of both sides. His statement came after PM Modi backed out of the China-led Shanghai Cooperation Organisation meeting in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan, which was also attended by Xi Jinping. India’s move was seen as a response to the G-20, where Jinping had sent his newly appointed Prime Minister Li Qiang instead of coming himself.

Serious differences between India and China

Chinese President Xi Jinping will not forget June 16 any time soon: Gen  Naravane on Galwan Valley clashes

China’s attempt is to intimidate its neighbours on the basis of power. However, India has opposed this bullying of China from the very beginning. Since PM Modi came to power, India has rapidly developed the infrastructure on the border with China. Frustrated by this, China is trying to do some mischief on the border every day. The ongoing deadlock between the two countries in Ladakh has not been resolved even after several rounds of talks in the last four years. Despite this, China is now trying to improve relations with India.