Lu said Indian troops "illegally trespassed into Chinese territory".
Following a series of blistering opinion pieces on the ongoing India-China standoff in Doklam on the Sikkim-Bhutan-Tibet tri-junction, an editorial in China daily Global Times has accused Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj of "lying to the Parliament".
"I expect a long haul-maybe weeks, months or even longer", says Ashok Kantha, former Indian ambassador to China and now the director of the Institute of Chinese Studies in New Delhi. The report said a key element of the exercise was to test and enhance rapid troop deployments and noted the PLA brigade that conducted it has previously mounted "frontline combat missions".
In what is seen as a counter to Indian foreign minister Sushma Swaraj telling Parliament on Thursday that "India's position is not wrong on the tri-junction and all nations are with it". Some observers feel that the Doklam episode would find a happy resolution by then, for surely it would be terribly odd if the Indian PM were to attend summit meetings with the Chinese president (and other leaders) in China while their soldiers were locked in a tense standoff at the border. "China has a lot of cards than can hurt India's soft underbelly". Pakistan uses China as its primary instrument to "contain" India. "It reflects that New Delhi has begun to be diffident".
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India must not concede any ground to China in the standoff in the Doklam area along the tri-junction of India, Bhutan and China, experts say, as it is China's second nature to acquire the territories of its neighbouring states.
Under Narendra Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government, India has emerged as a veritable frontline state in American imperialism's drive to encircle and militarily pressure China.
This was a reference to a visit by India's National Security Adviser Ajit Doval to Beijing for a meeting of the national security advisors from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa on 27-28 July. It threatened military action and maintained that the capabilities of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) was far superior to that of the Indian Army.
While Beijing has been the more vocal in the current dispute, both China and India are adamant that they can not back down from the stand they have taken on the Doklam Plateau. China's sincerity also became evident in the latest stand off, as Beijing did not respond in the same coin to provocations by India. That would impinge on India's vital interest. Like elsewhere along the Sino-Indian border, Beijing recently moved into this strategic area. "Secondly, India's military power is far behind China, and once things go to a military solution, there is no doubt India will lose". "China will never engage with what India calls "double withdrawal".