At the beginning of the 1959 Tibetan uprising, the Dalai Lama and his followers fled Tibet with the help of the CIA to protect their lives in India. The Indian government granted them asylum, and it was from there that the Panchsheel agreement between India and China was broken. Although immediate Prime Minister Nehru tried to establish good relations between the two countries through the Panchsheel agreement, he did not succeed and the 1962 war between the two countries took place. Thanks to the economic reforms initiated by Deng and vigorously pursued by successive leaders, China is now dazzling the world with its economic progress. India, too, has emerged from its slow-growing syndrome and become a moving, changing and progressive economy. In this new phase of development, there are many things that India and China can exchange with each other – and do to cooperate with each other. Such cooperation, which also included other rapidly developing countries in the region, will usurp the true Asian century that Deng Xiaoping visualized. With China and India, the new century will gradually move towards Asian destiny – not a destiny isolated from the rest of the world, but within the framework of the fate of the world. In the new century, cooperation between the two largest countries in Asia and the world is a historic necessity. New Delhi, July 6: Amid escalating tensions between two neighbors, China said India had “trampled on” the Panchsheel Pact by entering Chinese territory. Beijing has called on New Delhi to withdraw its troops to avoid a “worsening of the situation” on its border. Beijing also said India had “misled” its citizens by saying that Doklam was located on the tripartite lands of India, Bhutan and China. Read also – British Prime Minister Johnson talks with Prime Minister Modi on COVID-19 vaccines, climate change and trade On April 29, 1954, Panchsheel, or the five principles of peaceful coexistence, were officially pronounced for the first time in the Agreement on Trade and Sexual Relations between the Tibetan region of China and India.
In his preamble, he said that the two governments decided to conclude this agreement on the basis of the following principles:- Read also – Pakistan violates ceasefire In the Rajouri of Jammu and Kashmir, the 2nd Jawan`s Martyred Army Amid latent tensions between India and China after a stalemate in the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh, The head of the Tibetan Youth Congress, Gonpo Dhondup, has accused Beijing of betraying New Delhi on several occasions, despite the signing of the Panchsheel Agreement in 1954. Former Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru visited China and signed the Panchsheel Treaty (The Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence). .