Bhutanese parliamentarians raised concern on the Chinese encroachment in the North and resolved to hold talks in January.
Pema Wangchuck, the secretary of International boundaries, revealed that the Chinese soldiers had intruded and reached unto Royal Bhutan Army outpost 17 times this year, according to Kuensel.
Although China had proposed the boarder talk for December, RBoB proposed for January. RGoB seems unable to raise the boarder issue with its neighbours, both china and India appropriately based on the international norms.
The recent report prepared and presented by resettled Bhutanese at the Universal Periodic Review of Human Rights in Geneva reveals that RGoB has ceded about 7000 sq.km of Bhutanese land to its neighbours in exchange for keeping the government above and undisturbed by the people.
It is equally important to mention here that the Bhutan-China boarder issue was not given due priority in the previous sessions of the parliament.