New Delhi: The dispute between India and China regarding Doklam has been going on for the last several years. Meanwhile, the Prime Minister of Bhutan has increased India’s concern by giving a statement. Bhutan’s PM Lotay Tshering said that China has the same right as Bhutan to find a solution to the Doklam issue. He said that it is not the responsibility of Bhutan alone to solve the problem. Rather India, China, and Bhutan belong to all three. The Prime Minister of Bhutan said this during an interview given to a Belgian newspaper La Libre.
Bhutan rejects China’s claim of setting up village
Bhutan says that if China and India are ready, then they are also ready to discuss the trijunction of Doklam. Along with this, Prime Minister Tshering has given another worrying statement about China, in which he has rejected the fact that China has built 10 villages on its border. Let us tell you that in the year 2020, some satellite pictures were revealed, in which it was claimed that China has built villages within two kilometers of Bhutan’s border. However, at that time no response was given from the Bhutan government. But now the Prime Minister of Bhutan has rejected this claim.
No country is big or small, all are equal: Prime Minister of Bhutan
Apart from this, he said that all three countries are equal, no country is big or small. Please tell that Doklam comes in the territory of Bhutan but it is near the Siliguri Corridor connecting India with the Northeast. This is the reason why India wants China to stay away from Doklam. Because danger can loom over the Siliguri corridor as well. This was the reason that when China started building a road in Doklam in the year 2017, India sabotaged its plans by stopping the road.
It was from here that a dispute broke out between the two countries. Regarding the solution to the Doklam dispute, the Prime Minister of Bhutan said that we are ready to resolve the dispute. As soon as the other two sides are ready, we can discuss them. Let us tell you that this is an indication that Thimphu is ready to negotiate the status of the tri-junction between India, China, and Bhutan in Doklam, which is a disputed center.