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India�s tough message to China on Arunachal road

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MANESAR (HARYANA), Oct 16 � A day after China reacted sharply to the government�s plans to construct a border road in Arunachal Pradesh, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today sent a strong message asserting that no one can warn India, reports PTI.

�Today, no country can give warning to India. India has emerged as a strong country in the world. As far as the Indo-China border issue is concerned, I think China should sit with India and resolve this issue,� he told reporters on the sidelines of the Raising Day event of elite counter-terror force NSG here.

Singh was asked about China�s strong reaction to plans to construct a road network along McMahon Line from Mago-Thingbu in Tawang to Vijaynagar in Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh to match China�s infrastructure development.

�There is a dispute about the eastern part of the China- India border. Before final settlement is reached we hope that India will not take any action that may further complicate the situation,� Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hong Lie had said in Beijing.

Government is taking a number of steps for improving infrastructure along the Sino-Indian border, especially in Arunachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir.

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India�s tough message to China on Arunachal road

MANESAR (HARYANA), Oct 16 � A day after China reacted sharply to the government�s plans to construct a border road in Arunachal Pradesh, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today sent a strong message asserting that no one can warn India, reports PTI.

�Today, no country can give warning to India. India has emerged as a strong country in the world. As far as the Indo-China border issue is concerned, I think China should sit with India and resolve this issue,� he told reporters on the sidelines of the Raising Day event of elite counter-terror force NSG here.

Singh was asked about China�s strong reaction to plans to construct a road network along McMahon Line from Mago-Thingbu in Tawang to Vijaynagar in Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh to match China�s infrastructure development.

�There is a dispute about the eastern part of the China- India border. Before final settlement is reached we hope that India will not take any action that may further complicate the situation,� Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hong Lie had said in Beijing.

Government is taking a number of steps for improving infrastructure along the Sino-Indian border, especially in Arunachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir.