People on the social media platform, which is often compared to Twitter, purportedly condemned the message behind the post.
According to BBC, users said the post was “inappropriate” and that China “should express sympathy for India.”
Tensions between the two countries have been escalating following India’s occupation of the strategic Kailash in late August last year.
Last month, fears of an all-out conflict between the two nations escalated as Beijing renewed threats amid tense border stand-offs along the disputed Line of control which cuts across the Himalayas.
Professor of International Relations and Asian Studies, Dinshaw Mistry highlighted how Indian military planners fear China’s expansion into nearby nations could trigger an open conflict.
China has been accused of using dishonest tactics in the South China Sea to further its interests referred to as a ‘grey-zone’ campaign, in which one force can curtail the resources of another without engaging in open war.
Professor Mistry told Express.co.uk: “There is a broad sense in the Indian foreign policy establishment about the ‘string of pearls’ that is one idea that comes up.