Bangalore, Sep 12 (UNI) Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Rajnath Singh today urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to 'lodge a strong protest' against the 'repeated border incursion by China' when he visits the country next month.
Briefing mediapersons on the inaugural session of the three-day BJP's National Executive, party's spokesman Ravishankar Prasad said the party president had urged Dr Singh to lodge a strong diplomatic protest during his forthcoming visit. Mr Singh had criticised the failures of the foreign policy of the UPA government as 'very slack and weak'.
The BJP President alleged that China had created dispute with India even in undisputed areas such as Sikkim. He said the construction activities across the Himalayan border is at times inside the Indian territory and demanded the Indian government to take up the matter seriously.
''The unabated construction activities undertaken by China have threatened the ecological balance in the Himalayan region which was described as 'very fragile' Mr Prasad said.
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