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Raveesh Kumar
Official Spokesperson's response to questions on the Doklam disengagement understanding
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जय हिन्द Aug 28
Replying to @MEAIndia @bhaweshjha
चीनी तो चले गए, ये अंग्रेजी कब जाएगी
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Chirag Kumar Aug 28
Replying to @MEAIndia
Hello Sir, Yes we understand the stand off is over but can you be more specific if china has halted the road construction.
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Trilochana Aug 28
Replying to @MEAIndia
Sorry to prick your euphoria. Focus on road construction took real focus on Doklam's occupation & 'sovereignty' over it. We just wrote away
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Trilochana Aug 28
Replying to @MEAIndia
the way we wrote away Tibet over Sikkim's recognition by China. All d territorial claims - AP to Dowlatbeg Oldi - flow from that flaw.
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Trilochana Aug 28
Replying to @MEAIndia
One night Chinese engineers will build - if not now but one day 4 sure they'll - d road n that ends any ? mark on Doklam.
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Trilochana Aug 28
Replying to @MEAIndia
Chinese side r very categorical abt their 'sovereignty' over Doklam. We kept low expectations & China is happy 2 fulfil our low expectations
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Trilochana Aug 28
Replying to @MEAIndia
on road construction. Failed 2 evict Chinese from d plateau. Singular focus on road construction is faulty. Let's see after facts emerge
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Chirag Kumar Aug 28
Replying to @MEAIndia
How complicated is to say that Chinese side has stopped building that Road? Can't MEA simple issue this statement,still confusing!
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Manish Baid Aug 28
This is not how Diplomacy works. If it stops on ground, doesn't matter whether it is there in statement or not. Opponents need face saver.
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