China can enter Kashmir on Pakistan’s invitation: Chinese media

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After China’s blunt proclamation of safeguarding its security interests at any cost as its sovereignty was “indomitable”, amid a standoff with India in the Sikkim sector, Chinese state-run daily has warned India that China can enter Kashmir on Pakistan’s invitation.

An article titled “Time for a second lesson for forgetful India” in the Global Times accused India of transgressing China’s borders and trying Chinese people’s patience in the on-going standoff.

The article warns India that China too can enter Jammu and Kashmir on Pakistan’s behalf. It referred that extraordinary Chinese move could be taken in view of Indian stance when its troops also entered into Doklam from the China-Sikkim border.

“No matter what vassalage relationship India maintains with Bhutan, it baffles this author that India has the courage to transgress another country on its behalf. And in this case, Indian troops even entered into Doklam from the China-Sikkim border. Well, if this kind of logic holds, a third country can certainly enter into Kashmir, including India-controlled Kashmir, upon Pakistan’s invitation,” reads the write-up.

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