An MP, Vajpayee, protested against Chinese accusations uniquely
Documents, dated 1965, hinted that China accused Indian troops of stealing 800 sheep and 59 yaks, and demanded its return. This, plus, territorial intrusions set the stage for 1967 Indo-China conflict.
Vajpayee, then just an MP, took a flock of sheep to the Chinese embassy.
Placards read, "Eat me but save the world", in a protest to the farcical allegations and threat of war.
Later, during 1967 conflict, India defeated Chinese troops
It's not hidden that China was looking for excuses to start a battle. Later in the 1967 conflict, India emerged victorious. As compared to 80 dead soldiers on the Indian side, around 300-400 Chinese soldiers lost their lives.