(Sandhya Jha, Intern Journalist):┬áChinese state media is trying to pressure India, amid tensions with India in eastern Ladakh. The Global Times on Sunday shared a video of thousands of soldiers’ maneuvers. Through this, the Chinese media is trying to show that at the border China can collect its troops and weapons at any time. The Indian expert said that this is an old Chinese habit. The time has come that we too should play with his mind.

Chinese media army video
Chinese media army video

Media Global Times claimed that the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has conducted large-scale maneuvers in high altitude areas in the northwest of China. It consists of thousands of paratroopers and armored carriages.

The Global Times report tried to show how quickly China can strengthen its border security if needed. On Saturday, Chine Central Television (CCTV) also reported that the Airborne Brigade of the PLA Airforce conducted maneuvers at an undisclosed location in the plateaus of northwest China, thousands of kilometers from Hubei Province.

Experts said – this old habit of China

Indian defense analyst Nitin Gokhale tweeted, “China is bent on trying to make an assumption that its soldiers are ready to fight in high altitude areas.” Maybe this is the time that we too should play with his mind. “

India’s China expert Brahma Chellani warned – India extended friendship with China, but China’s communist dictatorship showed aggression in Ladakh. The incident is reminiscent of Mao’s 1962 military invasion. India should be cautious.

Both armies agreed to settle the dispute in a peaceful manner

Ending tension between forces in eastern Ladakh, India, and China were discussed between Lt. General Level military commanders on Saturday. On Sunday, the Foreign Ministry gave information about this. The ministry said that now China is ready to settle the entire dispute peacefully.

After the meeting, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs said – both sides also remembered the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations. It was agreed that due to the early resolution of the issue, the relationship will move forward.

There were three clashes between the two armies in May.

The length of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) between India and China is 3488 kilometers. There is a dispute between the two countries on this. China refers to Arunachal Pradesh as part of southern Tibet. Along with this, there are border disputes in many places.

There have been three clashes between Indian and Chinese soldiers in May. On these incidents, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs had said that Indian soldiers carry out activities within their borders. Activities beyond the Indian Army’s Line of Actual Control (LAC) are not correct. In fact, these are the actions of China, due to which our regular patrolling is hindered.

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