New Delhi (EMS). Former Indian Army Chief Manoj Naravane has shared the real map of China. While sharing a map of China on X, he sarcastically said that finally someone has found the map of China as it really is. In this multicolored map, China has demarcated and separated many areas including Tibet as areas of illegal occupation. He wrote that this is the real map of China. China is notorious for its expansionist policies.
According to a report published in the media, in the map, countries bordering China like Taiwan, Hong Kong, Tibet, Greece and others have been shown as occupied by China. The former Army Chief has shared this map at a time when there is an uproar in the country regarding the new map of China. Let us tell you that on August 28, China released a new map of the country and included Taiwan, Aksai Chin and India’s Arunachal Pradesh as its part. India has strongly opposed this.
Meanwhile, the map shows Hong Kong, Tibet, South Mongolia and Greece, East Turkmenistan and Manchuria as countries occupied by China. At the same time, Taiwan was introduced as Republic of China Taiwan. China has always been claiming all these countries. At the same time, it has also staked claim on some parts of Arunachal Pradesh and Aksai Chin of India. In the map, China has claimed a large part of the South China Sea by presenting its claim on the nine-dash line. However, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia and Brunei continue to lay claim to these parts.
Meanwhile, many opposition parties including Congress say that China has grabbed our land in Ladakh and the Central Government is not doing anything. On the other hand, after releasing the new map of China, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar had said that only absurd claims. By doing this, other people’s areas do not become yours. He had said that releasing the map was China’s ‘old habit’ of claiming areas that do not belong to it. He rejected Beijing’s “absurd claims” and said, “There is no point in releasing the map.”
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