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 Reactionary Indian Government Cannot Evade Responsibility For Anti-China Outrage

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Source: Peking Review, No. 3, January 17, 1969
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The reactionary Indian Government has been condemned by the Indian people and just public opinion throughout the world for having instigated Indian ruffians and Tibetan traitor bandits to raid the Chinese Embassy in India on December 30 last year. While continuing to deny its responsibility, the reactionary Indian Government is now vainly trying to get away with it by spreading word that the matter is "closed."
Speaking to foreign and Indian reporters on January 6, a spokesman of the Ministry of External Affairs of the reactionary Indian Government alleged that the Indian Embassy in China had explained to the Chinese authorities the background to the incident and that "we now treat the matter closed." His statement was immediately followed up by a ballyhoo of the reactionary Indian press declaring that "the Chinese are satisfied with the explanation" and that "the Chinese do not look like pursuing the matter." This is sheer nonsense and a vain attempt to delude themselves and deceive others.
We want to tell the reactionary Indian Government plainly: You instigated ruffians and Tibetan traitor bandits to raid the Chinese Embassy, beat up and injure embassy working personnel and damage embassy buildings. It was a grave provocation against the Chinese people. But you are now trying to get off by turning a big issue into a small one and then glossing over it completely. This will never do! The Chinese Foreign Ministry in its note of protest to the Indian Embassy in China on January 3 solemnly demanded that the Indian Government abide by the principles governing international relations, punish the culprits, compensate for the losses, effectively guarantee the security of the Chinese Embassy and stop all anti-Chinese activities. So far, you have failed to carry out any of these demands or even to make any explanation about the matter. How can it be considered "closed”'?
The anti-China outrage in New Delhi on last December 30 was committed under the instigation and support of the reactionary Indian Government. The evidence is there for all to see. The reactionary Indian Government can never deny it! We should like to ask: Since the culprits had openly announced in the press the plan of their anti-China action beforehand, why did the Indian Government do nothing to stop it? Why is it that the Indian ruffians and Tibetan traitor bandits could so easily break into the Chinese Embassy which was encircled by large numbers of Indian policemen and secret agents? Why is it that the Indian policemen even handed over their lathis to the rampaging bandits and ruffians? What other anti-China activities does the reactionary Indian Government have in mind in making use of the large number of Tibetan traitor bandits it has fostered and trained all the time? . . . The reactionary Indian Government must give explicit replies to these questions. It was not the first time that the reactionary Indian Government instigated ruffians to raid the Chinese Embassy in India. Having so outrageously trampled upon the principles governing international relations, I he reactionary Indian Government is now trying to absolve itself from all responsibility with a mere "regret." This absolutely will not do!
The fact that the reactionary Indian Government has tried in great haste to "close" the matter by such a poor gesture not only fully reveals that it is apprehensive of its own crime but shows that it is obdurate and crafty. The Indian Government must make a satisfactory reply with concrete action to the solemn demands put forward by the Chinese Foreign Ministry in its note of protest on January 3. The Indian Government can never get off, try as it might!
  
  
  

 
 
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