‘Imperialist forces creating differences between neighbours’
HYDERABAD: Speakers at a meeting organised by India-China Friendship Association here on Wednesday observed that imperialist forces were continuously conspiring to create and sustain differences between India and China to pursue their own interests.
Such forces were well aware that the two most populous countries could hold a sway on rest of the world, if they came together. Even the media was playing into the hands of such forces, particularly when the issues like border dispute cropped up, they alleged. The role of friendship associations was important when the countries did not enjoy best of bilateral relations, they felt.
Friendship between the people of two countries was strong despite occasional strains, academician and MLC Chukka Ramaiah said. Senior journalist A.B.K. Prasad felt that dangerous trends were prevailing in the Asian region politics.
Director General of Asia-Africa Department of Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC) Lin Yi asked the youth and professionals of the two countries to promote friendship. Their delegation was here to work out cooperative projects between students and professionals of the two countries.
Senior counsel C. Padmanabha Reddy, association secretary M. Mohan Reddy and others spoke.