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India’s tough stand against China, PM Modi will not go to Beijing to attend BRICS summit

New Delhi | BRICS Summit 2022: Big news has come out regarding BRICS Summit 2022. This time the BRICS summit is going to be chaired by Chinese President Xi Jinping. Due to the ongoing border dispute between India and China, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not go to China to attend the meeting. Rather, he will attend the virtual meeting only. According to reports, due to the virtual meeting, PM Modi will not go to China to attend the meeting. Let us tell you that last year also the BRICS summit was held online and India presided over it.

India refused to go to China
BRICS Summit 2022: BRICS is an organization of 5 countries. Which includes Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. According to the information, this time the BRICS summit can be held in the end of June. Let us tell you that in the past, the Foreign Minister of China also visited India and asked India to come and join China in the BRICS summit. But India categorically denied this, saying that it cannot proceed on restoring normal relations with China by bypassing the border dispute. During this, Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar had made it clear that India cannot ignore the border dispute. First China withdraws its army from Ladakh.

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India’s tough stand after Galwan clash
The whole world is familiar with the double and expansionist policy of the dragon. In ace, India also wants to maintain its distance from China. India has downgraded its ties with China after the Chinese army occupied several areas of India in Doklam in 2017 and violent clashes between soldiers in Galwan in June 2020.

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Bikram Singh Sidhu

Advocate Bikram Singh Sidhu is a Senior Journalist at Youthistaan.com who covers latest trending, politics, business, technology news and updates.
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