China denies visa to IAF officer from Arunachal Pradesh

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    China denies visa to IAF officer from Arunachal Pradesh

    China has denied visa to an Air Force Group officer who was supposed to be part of a mid-level Indian armed forces delegation to visit China.

    Sources in the Ministry of Defence informed TSI that visa application of the officer was turned down because he happens to hail from the sate of Arunachal Pradesh.

    The delegation is to leave for China on Sunday as part of the pre scheduled exchange programme between the two countries. It was during the Fourth Annual Defence Dialogue between India and China, which was held in Delhi in the second week of December, that the decision was taken to have two mid-level defence officers exchange each from China and India.

    The current delegation is being led by Air Vice Marshal Mann.

    The sources further informed that the officer who has been denied visa has been asked to apply for a fresh passport at the MEA where this issue is being dealt by the Secretary East.

    The only possibility of getting the visa is by changing the address which might show the officer to be hailing from a place which doesn't fall in Arunachal. However, the officers feel it will be a big compromise if it is done under Chinese pressure.

    It may be mentioned that China has been claiming Arunachal Pradesh as its own territory, saying that any person visiting the China from Arunachal Pradesh needs no passport.



    http://www.thesundayindian.com/en/story/China-denies-visa-to-IAF-officer-from-Arunachal/117/28106/



    http://www.ndtv.com/article/india/china-denies-visa-to-iaf-officer-from-arunachal-164358





     
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    IAF officer from Arunachal denied visa by China

    China is back to the dirty habits.
    IAF officer from Arunachal denied visa by China - Hindustan Times
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    ...Group captain Panging, based in Northeast, was refused visa by the Chinese embassy without being given any reasons, sources said in New Delhi. The officer who was to be part of the Integrated Defence Staff team travelling to China on a four-day visit under a bilateral defence exchange programme...
    What now India ???

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    Virendra
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    India should cry foul and even warn China of dire consequence to the friendship and commerce ties, but will they?

    Maybe. Hopefully.
     
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    Virendra Moderator Moderator

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    M says we're doing well with China :shocked:
     
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    The Messiah Bow Before Me! Elite Member

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    Chini only understand eye for an eye.

    Good behaviors, high moral values and ethics is seen as weakness by them.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Chinese if you don't mind since one should be restrictive in the use of the vernacular as there are foreign posters who may not understand.

    Thank you.
     
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    IAF officer from Arunachal denied visa by China - Again

    In an unpleasant development, China has denied visa to a senior IAF officer hailing from Arunachal Pradesh, who was to be part of the team scheduled to travel to Beijing from January 10.


    Group captain Panging, based in Northeast, was refused visa by the Chinese embassy without being given any reasons, sources said in New Delhi.
    The officer who was to be part of the Integrated Defence Staff team travelling to China on a four-day visit under a bilateral defence exchange programme.


    The 30-member tri-Service Indian delegation, being led by an air vice marshal-rank officer, will visit Beijing, Nanjing and Shanghai there.


    The sources said as of now the visit is on.


    China, which lays claim over Arunachal Pradesh, has often denied visa to those hailing from the state despite protests by India.


    The visit by Indian military delegation was reciprocal to the one undertaken by the Chinese last month and is part of the confidence building measures between the two sides.


    Relations between India and China had soured in 2010 when the then northern army Commander Lt Gen B S Jaswal was denied visa as he was serving in Jammu and Kashmir, inferring that it questioned the status of the state.


    Jaswal was to head a military delegation and an angry India cancelled that visit, besides putting on hold defence exchanges.


    The ice was broken when India sent a delegation under a Major General in June last year. After that visit, two more visits took place between the two sides.


    The two countries had decided to enhance defence exchanges as part of CBMs during their Annual Defence Dialogue (ADD) held earlier this month.

    IAF officer from Arunachal denied visa by China - Hindustan Times

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    we are humiliated by Chinese again and again... so i say, dump all military exchanges with china.
     
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    trackwhack Tihar Jail Banned

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    I could not agree more about dropping defense exchanges.
     
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    Why would someone coming from Chinese territory needs a visa to get into China?
     
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    The law of possession come into play.

    That's why.

    India should terminate all relationship including commerce with China.

    Enough of shoddy goods from China. Better products are available in Vietnam where the industry is moving from China.

    And go for positive with her Look East.

    It will do India a whole lot of good!
     
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    chinese territory? :rofl: :rofl: my [censored]
     
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    Hey the Chinese CAT is so curious that it had entered its own territory, it still does not know or not able to detect that it is inside the INDIAN territory and is surrounded by hound dogs.....
     
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    Comments like this do not help, you can never prove it other then telling some ancestorial tales, back to fact Arunachal Pradesh is in India fyi.
     
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    I dare you to repossess it. Than we will put you in to your place till than you can keep claiming it. If I have my way all the armed forces exchanges will be put on hold till we get confirmation in writing that such an unfriendly act will not be repeated. There is no buts and if's to be discussed.
     
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    cool guys, thats what unmatured countries, they are erratic in their decesions. India is very stable. India should prepare itself to take over tibet.
     
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    When did Tibet or any part that ever belonged to Tibet has anything to do with the Chinese, The only reason India is enduring this humilitation, is because India is being led by 70+ idiots, wait till the change that is going to happen in the next 5-10 years, Chicoms are going to be squeezed by their balls. Tibet belongs to India.
     
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    What f*&%*# part of Arunachal Pradesh looks like Chinese territory to you? The people? The land? The history? The culture? The government? The infrastructure?

    So, exactly what the f*&L< are you talking about?
     
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    Put on hold? The should just cancel the ****in thing. And a few more of these bilateral exchanges that just don't sit well with any threatening of our nt'nl interests.
     
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