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AAPSU seeks appointment with Chinese embassy in Delhi

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From Our Correspondent

 GUWAHATI: ‘Dissatisfied’ with the way Government of India has been handling the border dispute with China in Arunachal Pradesh, influential All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (AAPSU) has sought an appointment with Chinese Embassay officials in India to know Beijing’s latest stand on Arunachal Pradesh.

The AAPSU has claimed that the hardship faced by people of Arunachal Pradesh and the tension they have been living with because of lingering border dispute with China have compelled the organization to seek an appointment with Chinese Ambassador.

A letter has been sent to Chinese Embassy in New Delhi for the purpose. The copies of the letter has also been sent the PM of India, and the Union Home Minister.

A leader of the AAPSU said the people of Arunachal Pradesh were not at all satisfied with the way Government of India was maintaining silence on repeated claim by China on Arunachal Pradesh.

The people of the frontier hill state have of late become apprehensive about their future given that the ‘Sino-Indian treaty’ that was signed after 1962 Chinese aggression would expire next year on completion of 50 years. “The people of Arunachal Pradesh are not aware of the content of the Treaty and hence not sure about their future. We have the right to know about the details of the agreement that directly affect our life,” the students’ leader said while claiming to have aired the view of common people in the frontier state.

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