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Adding a fresh layer of complexity to the India-China border dispute, Arunachal Pradesh Governor Lt. Gen. (Retd.) K.T. Parnaik has raised concerns about existing agreements favoring China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA).

“The current agreements and protocols seem heavily slanted towards the PLA,” Gen. Parnaik stated. “There’s no established border map, and we’re defending an invisible line that China frequently violates. The Ministry of Defense (MoD) and Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) need to develop new agreements that better serve India’s interests.”

His remarks highlight a crucial point in the ongoing border tensions. India has previously accused China of violating existing agreements, leading to military standoffs along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

Gen. Parnaik further emphasized the need to counter China’s historical claims. “India must effectively address China’s assertions of past dynastic rule over certain areas,” he said.

This statement comes at a time of heightened tensions between the two Asian giants. The unresolved border dispute and China’s growing assertiveness continue to be major points of contention.