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Indian Communist Leaders Attend Event Celebrating Chinese Centenary Year

Communist leaders from India attend Chinese Centenary Event…get the details…

Friday, 30th July 2021

Some of India’s communist party leaders attended an event on July 28 that was organized by the Chinese Embassy to mark 100 years of the Communist Party of China.

The Left leaders who participated in the event include Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Sitaram Yechury, Communist Party of India (CPI) leader D Raja, Lok Sabha MP S Senthilkumar G Devarajan, Secretary, Central Committee of All India Forward Bloc and Du Xiaolin, Counselor, International Dept, Chinese Communist Party (CPC).

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Ambassador Sun Weidong touched upon several points during his keynote speech at the virtual event marking the centenary year, that were in connection with the Indo-Chinese relationship. He said, over “600 political parties and political organizations from over 170 countries have sent 1,500-plus congratulatory messages and letters on the CPC's centenary, including the Communist Party of India (Marxist), Communist Party of India, and the All India Forward Bloc.”

Du Xiaolin stated that China has come to the aid of India on a number of occasions, especially during its battle with the Covid-19 pandemic. He also claimed that employees at Chinese companies had put in extra hours of work to meet the procurement needs India had to arm it in its fight against the Wuhan virus.

He went on to add that the two countries need to “manage the differences” and even spoke about the tense situation that had arisen last year in Galwan Valley between Indian and Chinese troops and said, “The rights and wrongs of what happened in the China-India border area last year are very clear. China has made clear its position on many occasions. The two sides have maintained communication through diplomatic and military channels.”

He added that “heightening differences” can only eat away at the fundaments of mutual trust and make existing differences more complex and unsolvable. It can never bring about solutions to issues. Thus he said, border issues must to kept aside in bilateral relations and a “fair and mutually acceptable solution through dialogue and consultations” must be sought instead.

Some other Indian leaders who took part in the event were Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) MP DNV Senthilkumar and G Devarajan, Secretary of Central Committee of the All India Forward Bloc.

The News Talkie Bureau



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