These villages of Tibet are on the border with India-Bhutan and Nepal. (Cipher photo)
The document titled ‘Since 1951: Liberation, Development and Prosperity’ states that it has become important to develop Border Areas and improve the lives of people in Tibet as a strategically important Himalayan region. Shares 4,000 km long outer boundary.
Beijing. At present, China is having border disputes with almost all its neighboring countries. With India, there have been tense situations in eastern Ladakh since April-May last year. Now China has started efforts to develop infrastructure in remote villages of Tibet bordering India, Bhutan and Nepal. This information was obtained from a white paper on Tibet released by the Chinese government on Friday. The document, titled ‘Since 1951: Liberation, Development and Prosperity’, states that it has become important to develop border areas and improve people’s lives in Tibet as the strategically important Himalayan region shares a 4,000-km-long outer border. is. What does the document say It has been said in the document that the residents of the nearby areas lead difficult lives and work in difficult conditions and poverty is also high there. The government is trying to improve the standard of living of people by developing border areas at all levels. The document says that the economic allocation for border development in Tibet has been increased year by year under the guidance of the Communist Party.After Xi Jinping came to power, priority was given to the development of border areas. Since President Xi Jinping came to power in 2012, the establishment of new villages, with additional emphasis on security, has given priority to the development of China’s border areas. The India-China border dispute has a 3488 km long Line of Actual Control (LAC). China claims Arunachal Pradesh as part of South Tibet, but India has firmly rejected its claim. China shares a 477-km-long border with Bhutan, while 1389 kilometers border with Nepal. The development of border villages was also outlined in President Jinping’s letter to a Tibetan family of Lhunje County, near Arunachal Pradesh in 2017, and asked them to establish their roots for the protection of Chinese territory and the development of their hometown. Was asked to pay attention.