Beijing has said that there would be no dialogue with New Delhi until the Indian troops will withdraw from what has been made Chinese territory in the Sikkim sector.
“India must learn from history” warning of China, referring to the 1962 war.
India must learn from history and stop “shouting” at the war, said China Defense spokesman Wu Qian Colonel.
On Thursday, in reference to the Sino-Indian war of 1962 had ended with a Chinese victory.
Wu also called on New Delhi to withdraw troops from what has been made Chinese territory in the Sikkim sector, reported PTI.
The comments come a day after General Bipin Rawat Indian army said Indian forces were prepared for threats to internal security and have in China and Pakistan.
“That rhetoric is extremely irresponsible,” Wu said. “We hope that the particular person in the Indian army could learn historical lessons and stop such a cry for war.”
In a separate press conference Thursday Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang showed a picture of the alleged incursion into the Donglong region of India.
Urging India to withdraw its troops, Lu said: “This is the precondition for the resolution of this incident and also the basis for us to carry out a meaningful dialogue.”
Earlier this week, China accused the army of India to stop road construction in what claims to be China’s “sovereign territory” in the Sikkim sector.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry on Tuesday filed a diplomatic complaint with both.
New Delhi and Beijing. China has also used the “transgression” of Indian forces in its claimed territory as a basis for the suspension of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra Monday.
Bhutan has also alleged that the Chinese operate in its territory. Wu, however, denied the allegations.
“The staff operates within China.
He made it clear that the Indian side should correct their bad actions and withdraw their personnel from Chinese territory, “he added.
Donglong The region is located in the triple cross junction of India, China and Bhutan, near the Nathu La Pass in Sikkim.
“According to the Treaty, ‘Zhe’ is the ancient name of Sikkim,” Lu said Wednesday.