India says “assigning invented names won’t alter reality” in response to China’s “sensile” attempts to implement the Arunachal.

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Arunachal Pradesh’s attempts to be renamed by China were sharply rebuffed by the Ministry of External Affairs on Tuesday, stating that making up names would “not alter the reality that the state will always be an integral and inalienable part of India.”

“China’s absurd attempts to rename locations in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh have continued.” We vehemently object to such efforts. The truth that Arunachal Pradesh is, has been, and will always be an essential and inalienable part of India will not be altered by giving it a made-up name, according to a statement from the External Affairs ministry’s official spokesperson, Randhir Jaiswal.

The MEA representative was answering questions from the media over China’s renaming of locations in Arunachal Pradesh.

In an attempt to reclaim the northeastern state of India, China has published a list of thirty locations in Arunachal Pradesh. China’s renaming of sites has been met with resistance from India.

The Chinese Ministry of Civil Affairs reportedly published a fourth list of standardised geographical names in Zangnan, the term China uses for Arunachal Pradesh, on March 30. The claim was published in the state-run Global Times.

Thirty more officially released place names in the Zangnan region have been formally revealed, according to the ministry’s official website, as reported by the Global Times.

The first list of the so-called standardised names for six locations in Zangnan was provided by the Chinese Civil Affairs Ministry in 2017, and the second list of fifteen locations

China has made numerous attempts to rename locations in Arunachal Pradesh, but India has always rejected them.

Changing the name won’t have any impact, according to External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, who stated on Monday that the Northeastern state has always been a part of India.

“Will your house become mine if I change its name today?” Jaishankar asked at a press conference in Gujarat. India’s Arunachal Pradesh was, is, and always will be a state. There is no impact when names are changed.”

Jaishankar declared, “Our army is stationed at the Line of Actual Control.”

Furthermore, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju stated that the unfounded accusations made by China will not alter the current state of affairs.

“I vehemently denounce the illegal’standardization’ of geographical names by China for thirty locations inside

Spokesman Randhir Jaiswal said, “Our position on the matter has been made very clear on Arunachal Pradesh time and time again,” in answer to a question at a weekly media conference. In this context, we have also released remarks recently. I believe a few assertions.”

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