China once again showed its double standards as they have included the border state Arunachal Pradesh in their country map. For a very long time, the Chinese are arguing that Arunachal Pradesh is also a part of their country and now without any bother they just included the Indian state in this country.
China has revealed the update version of their sky map in which parts of Arunachal Pradesh were included in its international borders. Sky Map, China’s authority on digital maps, is constructed and operated by a unit directly under Beijing’s National Surveying and Mapping Geographic Information Bureau.
Since the MacMohan line was determined in 1938, it was the border between the Indian and Tibet and then China occupied the Tibetan land in 1951. In 1989, China has released its map based on the Edition map and in that lay out, they have many differences with Russia and other asian countries and resolved them with time but left Arunachal Pradesh as the disputed land.
Now, as they have occupied Tibet, they are arguing that Arunachal Pradesh is also a part of Tibet originally and hence they consider some parts of that Indian state as the Chinese territory.