Even after the bloodshed happened in the Galwan valley, neither the Chinese army nor the government’s bootlicker media is showing any kind of decency. On the one hand, China continues to claim the Galwan area and on the other hand, Chinese Media continues to mislead the public by publishing false news.
While speaking about the face-off and bloodshed incident on the Galwan valley on the mid-night of 15th June, China’s expert said, “India’s heavy casualties show military vulnerability”. But before commenting on India’s condition China should at least have the balls to give the actual information to the Chinese media. Ignoring the question on the casualties Chinese officials said that the reason behind China not releasing the number of casualties could incite nationalist sentiment on both sides. He further said, “If Indian nationalists see the number of fatalities and find out that the Indian military lost more soldiers than China’s people’s Liberation army did, then Modi administration and the Indian military would be under huge pressure to escalate and continue their provocation, so staying silent regarding this matter is very wise”. According to India, more than 44 casualties are recorded in the PLA. China needs to carry out a thorough investigation into the incident and punish the personnel involved in starting the face-off which led to casualties on both sides.
After violating the agreement that happened between both the countries on the border issue, China has shown that it has double standards, as, on one hand, it says that we want peace and on the other hand claims the Galwan area. Before judging that who started the face-off, Chinese officials should take into consideration that the wire trenched weapon used in the face-off was bought by Chinese troops which became the real reason for the death of the soldiers. The Indian and Chinese border defense troops have an agreement of not carrying lethal weapons and bullets, which is a precautionary measure aimed at preventing the escalation of any conflict. But, it is in the blood of the Chinese army to break the protocol and start the rage without any reason.
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China is trying to intimidate India by increasing its military force near the border. According to an editorial in Global Times, India is not in a situation to start a fight with China as it is not in a stable economic condition. China should get it straight in its mind that its economy which gave him the arrogance and guts to step on the chest of our motherland, is because of India. The Chinese economy will not survive even 5 years without trade with India as India is the largest trade partner of it.
According to Chinese officials, India is not in a stable economic condition and its military condition is not good as well to tackle three counties at a time i.e. China, Pakistan, and Nepal. On the contrary, the Indian military is capable to handle every situation, Patrolling of the Galwan valley and whole of the LAC is being done by Sukhoi helicopters, Fighter jets are ready, and War room is ready. India is all set to give a righteous answer to all those who are even thinking to harm the integrity and security of the nation. As the statement given from the official of PMO “The days of walk-in options for the PLA are over, our soldiers will not move back. There will be no compromise on our territorial integrity”. Now, China will have to cut down its favorite trick of salami-slicing tactics in a bid to incrementally gran territory as India is all set to throw out China from whatever territory it has acquired of India and slam it down so hard that it won’t be able to think of crossing the border area again.
As said by the prime minister “The martyrdom of 20 soldiers will not go waste and China has to pay for this”. It is just a matter of time now and the world will see that up to what extent India can go to ensure the security of the nation while maintaining the integrity and grace.