China has recently launched the Tibetan Bullet Train. This train runs from Tibet to Arunachal Pradesh. Now the concern for India is the Chinese can easily reach to the border of Arunachal Pradesh.For the first time, China is getting a railway line from Tibet to Arunachal Pradesh and launched first bullet train in Tibet.
The train has reached Lhasa, the capital of Tibet, and extends to the border with Arunachal Pradesh, India. China’s actions increase tensions for India. But so far India has not made any statement on the matter. For a long time, the Beijing government considered Arunachal Pradesh to be part of Tibet. In addition, the Chinese government has repeatedly tried to enter seven eastern states known as the Seven sisters.
Historically border tensions between India and China are nothing new. The two border states have been involved in border wars at different times. The two countries clashed on the Ladakh border early last year when the Corona penedemic was raging. At the time, the Chinese government complained to India that it was not appropriate for India to build roads so close to the border. Increases the likelihood of World War III these two nuclear-armed states are embroiled in a conflict. Earlier of 2017 the two countries got involved in clash among themselves on doklam issue. Where China claimed Doklam as their own territory to implement their belt Road initiative program, India is embroiled in a war there under the pretext of helping Bhutan. So it remains to be seen where the bullet train in Tibet launch will go.