China considers Taiwan a breakaway province which it seeks to unify with the mainland one day. The United States has committed to help Taiwan but has not specified the extent of that help.
The lawmakers' visit comes shortly after China held biggest-ever military exercises around Taiwan in retaliation to Nancy Pelosi's Taiwan visit.
The statement issued by the Cabinet's Taiwan Affairs Office and its news department followed almost a week of missile firings and incursions into Taiwanese waters and airspace by Chinese warships and air force planes.
After Pelosi's visit, China is concerned that there will be a flurry of visits by top officials from the US and allied countries to the self-ruled Island.
Though India supported the 'One China' policy, it has not reiterated the same publicly or in bilateral documents for over a decade.
China had announced four days of military exercises around Taiwan, but has continued on Monday despite the completion of the four-days period.
The US lawmakers' visit comes shortly after the visit of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, following which China launched biggest-ever drills around Taiwan.
As China continues to blame United States for its military exercises close to Taiwan, it also announced another set of war games from Monday off the South Korean coast.
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Taiwan and China split during a civil war in 1949, but China claims the island as its own territory and has not ruled out using military force to take it.