New Delhi: Nearly two months after China and India clashed in the Galwan valley, killing 20 Indian soldiers, Chinese ambassador to India, Sun Weidong, said in a Chinese embassy’s magazine which is published in Delhi that the “onus” for the incident is not on China. Also Read - Here We Go Again! China Claims it Found Coronavirus on Packaging of Imported Frozen Seafood
“If one analyses this incident carefully, it’s quite clear that the onus is not on China. The Indian side crossed the LAC for provocation and attacked the Chinese border troops. The Indian forces seriously violated agreements on border issues between the two countries and severely violated basic norms governing international relations,” The Indian Express quoted the Chinese envoy as saying. Also Read - Bubonic Plague Kills Another Man in Mongolia, 70 Others Who Came in Contact to be Tested
“Urge India to conduct thorough investigation, hold violators accountable, strictly discipline frontline troops & immediately stop provocative acts to ensure such incidents won’t occur again,” the Chinese envoy wrote in the magazine.