India is looking forward to block China’s dream project: One Belt, One Road (OBOR). China is now trying pretty hard to get India on board. India hasn’t yet signed the project deal and India showed its judgment by not sending any representatives to the summit which should be held on Sunday in Beijing. China is trying in its every possible way to make India join the OBOR.
Chinese ambassador Luo Zhaohui stated that India has already agreed to ‘Act East’ policy which clearly states that India will also help to develop Asian countries. OBOR will improve the opportunities and also develops bilateral cooperation. China would have to enter PoK for China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
India’s absence in the China’s prestigious project is a big loss to China as India’s participation will help China in a great way. However India is opposing China’s interference in CPEC and also stated that India might face problems in future with OBOR as China would move its excess capacity.
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We already knew that China is looking forward to slowly occupy certain parts of India. In past 1963 China declared that it has withdrawn its claim on Arunachal Pradesh but now it is saying that the entire state belongs to China. In future the same might happen with OBOR. China’s CPECOBOR is just a trap and it passes through Indian Territory. China is also playing a strategic move by installing a military point at Gwadar port.