Poster to greet Taiwan on its National Day outside Chinese embassy, China unhappy

New Delhi: China’s official newspaper Global Times has flashed outside the Chinese Embassy in New Delhi over the posting of posters of Taiwan National Day by Delhi BJP leader Tajinder Bagga. Criticizing the incident, the Chinese newspaper Global Times wrote that it could worsen the already deteriorating India-China relationship.

Let us know that these posters have been put up by Delhi BJP leader Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga. He contested from Hari Nagar seat in Delhi assembly elections. He posted the photos of the posters on Saturday morning on his Twitter account with the hashtag Shrujampundchanjpavadansclash. Bagga has also been making rhetoric on the issue of China and Taiwan in the past.

This is being seen as a big embarrassment for Beijing. On Thursday, the Chinese Embassy in India issued a letter, asking Indian media persons to stick to the Indian government’s stand on Taiwan, reporting on the upcoming Taiwan National Day.

The Global Times quoted Chinese expert Liu Kaiyu as saying that the BJP leader has taken this step at a time when Indian media has supported and supported Taiwan’s National Day. A fellow Indian Foreign Ministry official has endorsed the Indian media’s right to publish their views while not respecting a Chinese policy.

The Chinese expert said that India’s efforts to provoke the Taiwanese question would have such an impact on the India-China relationship that could not be rectified again. Zhao Gancheng, an international affairs expert at the Shanghai Institute, said that Shabharat is playing with fire by challenging a Chinese policy of China. He claimed that the Indian government was trying to provoke China a provocation by provoking anti-China sentiments domestically on the Taiwan question. Behaving to retreat from behaving as a neighbour.

Let me tell you that China is irritated by countries having friendly relations with Taiwan. Although India’s relations with Taiwan are cordial. Today i.e. October 10 is Taiwan’s National Day. Indians have supported Taiwan on social media. Apart from this, posters congratulating Taiwan have been placed outside the Chinese Embassy in Delhi. These posters have been commissioned by BJP leader Tajinder Bagga. The Chinese Embassy in India had asked the Indian media to abstain from the program. At that time, Taiwan also gave a befitting reply to China.

(With agency input)

Also read in Hindi: ‘ताइवान नेशनल डे’ पर पोस्टर लगाने से भड़का चीन, दे डाली चेतावनी