America came out in support of India: Said- Arunachal is an integral part of India, scolded China
America has condemned China's aggression on the Line of Actual Control (LAC). At the same time, India has been supported. A proposal has been brought by the US Senate. In this, Arunachal Pradesh has been described as an integral part of India.
Ever since China's 'spy balloon' appeared in the sky of America, it has taken an aggressive stand against the dragon. Taking India's side on Arunachal Pradesh, America has strongly reprimanded China. In fact, three powerful US senators have presented a proposal in the Senate in support of India. In the proposal, Arunachal Pradesh has been described as an integral part of India. Along with this, India's sovereignty and territorial integrity have also been supported. China has been slammed over the use of military forces to change the status quo on the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
Senators Jeff Markle, and Bill Haggerty have introduced this proposal. John Cornyn has endorsed it. In this, along with the support of India's defence modernization, it praised India's development efforts in Arunachal. In this, expressing support for India's efforts in Arunachal, commitment has been expressed regarding US cooperation in this area. It has been said in the resolution that America is with its friend India.
Oregon's Senator Jeff Merkley told that he considers Arunachal Pradesh as an integral part of India. That's why they have brought a bill on this in the American Parliament. Senator Merkle is supported by Senator Bill Hegerty on this. Hegerty said that China is posing a serious threat to the Indo-Pacific region. That's why America stands shoulder-to-shoulder with its strategic partners.
The resolution states that China claims Arunachal Pradesh as its territory. This is called South Tibet. China has implemented aggressive and expansionist policies regarding these claims. The US Senate resolution condemns the use of 'military force' to change the status quo of the LAC. Along with this, China has also been opposed to other provocative steps.