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Indian military's seven 'sins' in trespassing into Chinese territory [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2017-8-9 20:08:09 |Display all floors
BEIJING -- Nearly two months have passed since Indian troops illegally crossed the China-India boundary in Sikkim Sector, and there is no sign of withdrawal so far.
What the Indian side has done is committed seven "sins" against Chinese sovereignty and international law. These severe mistakes may trigger unpredictable consequences and greatly undermine regional peace and stability.
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Post time 2017-8-9 23:26:33 |Display all floors
According to some sources with need to verify and confirm, it was learnt that Indian army sent a large number of trucks to Donglang but returned them to their place of origin due to significant shortfall of diesel for those trucks. Appearance of those trucks over the horizon made the Indian troops happy and gay at first, but not when they discovered that the trucks were completely empty. No logistics supply was brought but just to show that Indian army has some trucks capable of running on high altitude. GOODNESS!

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Post time 2017-8-9 23:29:36 |Display all floors
The last time, many foreign friends went to the circus, they were surprised to see the characters with big red nose were always Indians. Hence, some inquisitive minds received explanation that top talent from India have to attract attention of US President Donald Trump in all possible ways. Hopefully, it works!

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Post time 2017-8-9 23:33:09 |Display all floors
Indian army has a new invention. They are using sign language via their walkie talkie. This is from top talents in India. Please do not underestimate because it saves battery life of their walkie talkie. MOST INNOVATIVE MINDS AT WORK!

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