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Why China shouldn't extend road and railway network to its border areas?

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Asked by Ramsingh Sachan, 18 Oct '09 12:17 pm
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Don't worry, soon China will extend roads to Delhi. Even to Chennai.
Answered by QueSera Sera, 18 Oct '09 12:19 pm

 
  
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China has been even busier than India, upgrading its own infrastructure by building 22,000 km of roads in the Tibet region (including more than 6,000 km of roads in Nagari prefecture that adjoins Ladakh), as many as 15 airfields in Tibet, Yunan and Sichuan provinces, and a network of roads and railway lines connecting Lhasa, including a highway from Kunming (in Yunan province adjoining Arunachal), its feeder roads almost touching the LAC or the British-era McMahon Line.

In eyes of India China has been a rogue country. It had attacked India before in the year 1962 and it would do so again if it gets a chance. India's heightened patrolling has detected 270 "intrusions" by the Chinese over the past year, compared to 60 the year before. We cannot stop China from extending road and railway network to its border areas. However, we can boost up our attacking capabilities. If we are unable to strike at the heart of China we can still destroy these road and railway network in case China att ...more
Answered by Jack Johnson, 18 Oct '09 01:34 pm

 
  
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China wants to have ease access to the South of Asia and which is why it is trying to have transportation facilities via Myanmar and Pakistan to carry away oil and gas from the oil producing countries of Africa! That is why they are taking steps to do so according to the needs of their economic development programmes! If China is friendly with India there won't be any problem between them!
Answered by T A RAMESH, 18 Oct '09 12:40 pm

 
  
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China might have a perception by laying roads and rail link there could be interaction among north eastern areas and the opening up the channels of communication and interaction would affect it's policy of interline hegemony and the spirit of nationalism would emerge jeopardizing it's political and territorial interests.
Answered by venkatesaldevarajan, 18 Oct '09 12:38 pm

 
  
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They spend 1 if they get 10
Answered by mohd basheer, 18 Oct '09 12:19 pm

 
  
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Chine always looks before it leaps...!
Answered by Dil Se, 18 Oct '09 01:37 pm

 
  
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