China hits out at Modi after his visit to Arunchal Pradesh

China hits out at Modi after his visit to Arunchal Pradesh

China hits out at Modi after his visit to Arunchal Pradesh

China's foreign ministry on Saturday condemned Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the disputed northeastern border state of Arunachal Pradesh, saying it "resolutely opposes" activities by Indian leaders in the region.

The Tiruchirappalli airport could now cater to only less than 500 passengers during peak hours, he said.

Earlier, the Prime Minsiter dedicated various projects, including upgraded infrastructure of a 400-plus bed facility for the ESIC run hospital and medical college at Chennai.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying in response to a question on Modi's visit said, "China's position on the China-India boundary question is consistent and clear-cut".

He said Modi had no right to visit the state as he "betrayed" the state by not fulfilling the promise to accord SCS and other commitments made in Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act 2014. The stretch connects DMS and Washermanpet and also completes the 45-km long Metro rail first phase in the state capital.

"Prime Minister Modi is scheduled to lay foundation of a six-lane bridge over river Brahmaputra connecting Guwahati with North Guwahati and kick off construction work of AIIMS at Changsari near Guwahati".

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday accused the Congress of neglecting the defence sector and claimed that for the Opposition party it was only about brokering deals, PTI reported. He said, the corridor in the state will bring industry and investment opportunities for the youth.

Then, he will lay the foundation stone for setting up a new terminal of Bharat Petroleum Corp. It looks at giving constitutional safeguards to indigenous Assamese people against alleged illegal migrants from Bangladesh. ONGC's Vashishta and S1 development project in the Krishna-Godavari (KG) Offshore Basin will also be inaugurated by the Prime Minister.

In Karnataka, the Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone of Indian Institute of Technology, and Indian Institute of Information Technology, Dharwad.

PM Modi hailed the NDA government's work and said that they have been building oil reserves at different locations to meet oil and gas requirements in hard times.

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