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China on the policy of complicating India | The US has passed a $ 740 billion policy bill to deal with the Chinese attack against India.



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We are in the ninth month of deadlock with China, which is much later than my May forecast, in which I said we would have to stay until the campaigning season, which happens in November. Opinions will also change with the passing time. Rethinking will lead to new ideas on the main issue of whether a dispute remains to be assessed and it is China’s intention to turn India-China relations into a well-developed military confrontation. This will give us consistent answers, which will help in creating a coping strategy.

There are other countries that are at loggerheads with China, but no such military pressure was attempted, as it was with India. China pursued the Wolf Warrior Diplomacy with those countries, a war style of diplomacy that simply talks face to face. However, it was not adopted much on India.

By sending a sufficient number of troops to the Ladakh region, China has created a situation that can be effective in well-known areas of mutual skirmishes, but it cannot be used to carry out operations to occupy a large area. He did not extend the clash to Chumar and Demchok areas in the southernmost eastern Ladakh region.

At the time of the epidemic, it was probably China’s intention to find the level of difficulty in this area, because the level of expenditure is very high for India, along with the difficulty in doing so. Due to the plateau-like area across the Line of Actual Control (LAC), the problem faced by Chinese soldiers was far less. It is clear that China’s intention was to create a crisis, not to occupy the territory as claimed. He wanted to instill complexity in LAC and instill a sense of sensitivity in India’s mind when making strategic decisions.

To my mind, the biggest reason for this may be the lack of confidence in India that it has achieved since 2016. Its clear signs are the operation across the Line of Control, the protests in Doklam, the abolition of Jammu and Kashmir’s prerogative and the bringing of India’s forces under a joint command and contemporary their modern methods of joint operation.

China’s think-tank considered dangerous and growing confidence as a trend of India’s unacceptable ambition to build relationships with the larger powers, as well as balancing confidence with these multilateral relations. Therefore, the Chinese deployment policy is to keep India on the strategic edge and not predict the situation beyond that, as well as to undermine its confidence by reluctance to end or maintain relations.

The Prime Minister is criticized for not taking the name of China as an attacker. I have supported the Prime Minister’s stand as a Statesman, on the ground there is a situation of deadlock between India and China, not the state of war. But we must keep preparing internally. China is now carrying out low level cyber attacks against us.

A senior security agency official has also warned about a fishing operation. In which the fake clothes of the agencies, departments and trade associations that see the distribution of government help can be worn. The scope of this campaign can also be expanded to inhibit vaccine purchase, storage and distribution. This will have a nationwide impact and will put India’s health sector at risk.

China will hardly do any earth moving work in Ladakh in winter. His intention seems to be to wait for the epidemic to end and for the Biden administration to come to power in America. It expects the US to now create some quieter and less resistant China policy on trade and conditions for change in the world. That is why he would hope to further his relations with India. India need not come under pressure from this, as the future is not in the hands of China and there are signs of internal differences within the Communist Party of China on the issue of support to Xi Jinping.

India’s diplomatic partnership with the US, encouragement of the quad agenda and the many relations established by India have given India similar measures to maintain balance with China. There will be no war in Ladakh, but in other areas where the sensitivity of China is clear and all is not well for it. I would like to add at last that the US has passed a policy bill of $ 740 billion to deal with the Chinese attack against India. The Biden administration is also expected to follow the same policy. This is the edge for India.

(These are the author’s own views)