War clouds on the China-India border
War clouds roar. Words are explosive. The political pillar is carrying the rhetoric. Representing the world\'s third-largest population, India is one of the largest democracies in the world.
War clouds roar. Words are explosive. The political pillar is carrying the rhetoric. Representing the world's third-largest population, India is one of the largest democracies in the world. The other is China, which has a strong economic strength. One of the world's inhabitants belongs to these countries.
Whether the difference is in terms of military or the population, the borders of such large countries were exposed last month. There are many historical reasons for this, and there is a horrifying, tense, thrilling atmosphere that things will escalate to a war again. The changing geophysical politics are causing this.
In 1962, after the Chinese invasion, India took a number of steps. As a result of this war, China occupied the Aksai Chin region. China, which looks geographically superior in terms of military power, is not trusted by nearby countries.
This is the background that has come to the peaceful state of India. India is a protector of the sovereignty of countries like Nepal and Bhutan. This isn't the case with China. However, the internationally diplomatic track of India has not been able to make a tour of the track record.
China is preparing to take that position in the next two decades, in the current backdrop of booming American superpowers. The 17-trillion-dollar economy is US while China ran to 11 trillion dollars. There are opportunities to fill this gap in the future. Even the United States of America is shocked to see China's boom. The American strategy is to check through big countries like India.
In countries around India, chains are being made to pearl cord with the formation of navy. On the other hand, a financial corridor is being constructed to facilitate the transportation of one belt on one road to the Indian borders. It is also useful for future warfare purposes. On one hand, Sri Lanka is playing Pakistan on the other side.
Pakistan has been supported by China all over the country. Even in Pakistan's occupied Kashmir, the construction of roads is a testimony to China's calamity. Military experts have said that Arunachal Pradesh has demanded that they have put on militant control over China's northeastern states.
Despite the defeat of India in the war of 1962, there is no serious military loss. If China attacked the eighty-eight army we could resist the army of 12,000. This is because of the strategic defense position. If you can now set up a road to strategic war point, the future of Indian security will be great.
The road construction in the Dock Lam in the Sikkim sector, including Bhutan, is also to be seen. We have protective agreements with Bhutan. India is opposing this road construction process. China has destroyed India's bunkers here. India has been heavily armed. China has objected to India's involvement in the sovereignty of another country.
Warning for military action if necessary. In the Indian Army, there is a need to abandon strategic defense areas that have been left in the same way as China's aggression. India's China Bhutan Tri Junction is now in war climate. The 23,000-strong Armed Forces chair with another 22 million reserve troops.
If there is a struggle between these great powers, then Mahabharata is to look at Kurukshetra campus. But if war comes out of the two countries with nuclear weapons. China, which is seeking to hit America, is getting stuck. India's dream of becoming a nation of emerging economies is a dull dream.
Burden will be on the world economy. Whether China or India is the military power of 1962, it will prove to the world that if it comes out, it's okay to go back economically. Who seeks destruction? Hindi Cheeni Bhai Bhai is the need to be seen in the tours of the heroes in the form of a small portion of today's need.