An influential American Senator on Friday mentioned that the US stands with India towards the Chinese aggression in jap Ladakh alongside the Line of Actual Control, commending the Indian authorities for the continued efforts to barter a peaceable decision to the boundary situation.
Republican Senator Rick Scott, in a letter dated July 2 to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, expressed his condolences on the lack of lives of 20 Indian troopers within the Galwan Valley.
“The United States stands with India as you fight against the Communist China’s aggression and I commend your continued efforts to negotiate a peaceful resolution,” Mr Scott mentioned within the letter tweeted on Friday.
“Unfortunately, we know Communist China never lives up to its commitments. The tyrants of Communist China continue to steal technology and refuse to open their markets to foreign goods as required by their agreement to be part of the World Trade Organisation,” he wrote.
China, he alleged, continues to assault non secular freedom by detaining a couple of million Uyghurs in internment and reeducation camps and haven’t lived as much as the settlement to present Hong Kong autonomy and freedom, he mentioned.
Mr Scott mentioned that China is militarising the South China Sea, regardless that it had promised former president Barack Obama to not do it, and now it continues to attempt to assert its navy dominance in its quest for world dominance.
“Communist China believes that in order for them to be strong, America, India and other freedom loving countries must be weaker. They are cracking down on freedom and autonomy in Hong Kong, and continue to threaten Taiwan and India,” he mentioned.
If it continues down this path, Communist China’s neighbours may have no alternative however to deal with it as a critical menace that makes use of navy pressure towards peaceable democratic powers, he wrote within the letter.
“As you continue to stand against Communist China and General Secretary of the Communist Party Xi (Jinping), I want to offer help in any way I can to the Republic of India, the world’s largest democracy and our ally. The United States will always defend our allies and those fighting for freedom,” Scott added.
The Indian and Chinese armies are locked in a bitter standoff in a number of areas in jap Ladakh for the final seven weeks. The rigidity escalated manifold after 20 Indian troopers have been killed in a violent conflict in Galwan Valley on June 15. The Chinese aspect additionally suffered casualties however it’s but to present out the main points.