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China Includes Arunachal Pradesh Territory in Their Map

China Includes Arunachal Pradesh on the map. Our border country China has once again shown its true colors. China has included few parts of Arunachal Pradesh in the updated map. They have been already arguing with us from some time as Arunachal Pradesh is their territory has now included in their map.

The sky map has revealed this after the latest update. This company operates under Beijing’s National Surveying and Mapping Geographic Information Bureau. Actually, The northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh and the Tibetan border was part of British India from 1913-14.

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Until the establishment of the McMahon Line, Arunachal Pradesh is the border between India and Tibet in 1938. However, China occupied Tibet in 1951. Now, China includes Arunachal Pradesh territory in their map is the news.

Not only, Tibet, But China also occupies 37,000 square kilometers of Aksai Chin. It is an integral part of the former state of Jammu and Kashmir. Now China is arguing with India that Arunachal Pradesh is the part of Tibet.

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