NEW DELHI: Is it significant that state-run Chinese media referred to Pakistan-Occupied-Kashmir (PoK) as just that, rather than as Pakistan-Administered-Kashmir, like it used to? Is Beijing changing its stance?
An article today in the state-run Global Times mentioned PoK twice. The article said that China is unlikely to take sides with Pakistan or India on the Kashmir issue. It added that the rise in tensions between the two countries, though, is what's keeping "PoK" behind developmentally.
"It is precisely because of the region's worsening investment environment+ that POK's economy is still heavily reliant on agriculture," Global Times said.
China is trying to show the carrot to the Indian Govt. to get support on SCS, the change in Chinese is temporary and the Indian govt. need not take it seriously.
It is morally India should support Hague judgment
Rightly said.. they are trying to gain advantage by getting support from India. But i am sure our government will give fitting response after what China done to us at NSG
China always camouflage its real intentions by dangling carrot.
China eyes whole India.. Why will they bother Kashmir.
China is a permanent member of Security Council and signatory of UNSC resolution of 1948 on Kashmir. China has, blatantly, breached the conditions of that resolution by building roads and other structures in PoK. How a permanent member of SC can so blatantly violate SC resolution and stay permanent member ? China has breached every charter of UN. Question is, why China is permanent member of Security Council ? Why UN has not evicted a serial violator of UN charter ? This is the reason that UN has lost it''s importance and reputation. UN has become a piece of s**t.
Don''t believe China
China is always hungry for more .., having swallowed 7 countries including Aksai CHin , T*bet and Hongkong which belonged to India. India should not allow CPEC any space in Balochistan and POkm, resorting to any kind of proxy war as necessary.
China is most unreliable country, it might have temporarily changed it''s stance keeping it''s South China water dispute in mind since it obviously knows about India''s might especially after Modiji became the Prime Minister
China can not be trusted...they just talk nice when needed but the sword is drawn and ready on the back..
For their own benefit Chinese can change any stand .
R K Sharma
India must tread this very cautiously. Lest we fall in to China''s trap.