As if we don't have enough problems with Kashmir and Pakistan , now China too is increasing it's activities on the border , this time near Sikkim/ Bhutan frontier. They destroyed India bunkers and began to advance , but were stopped by the Indian army and border security forces ..this is not the first time Chinese have done this and with their open support to Pakistan and it's terror ridden policies , India is perpetually at the receiving end.

https://www.google.co.in/amp/m.hindustantimes.com/india-news/china-troops-enter-sikkim-sector-jostle-with-indian-forces-destroy-bunkers/story-r4SlYObGnDgQFPMUIQ3rEI_amp.html

 


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  • Re: The Chinese problem

    by » 2 years ago


    We must remember the adage ".might is right". Modi has not realised it. Shades of Nehru? If he wanted to project militaryy power he would had sanctioned UNDILUTED one rank one pension. Why are IAS officers paid DOUBLE of military in forward allowance? Modi like Nehru has not understood the role of military. Even chanakya said that military force is extension if foreign policy. Its a letdown.


  • Re: The Chinese problem

    by » 2 years ago


    While the previous regime was given a looooong rope for 60 years , Mr Modi is supposed to set things rights in 3 years time . There is should be some fairness and logic ..


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  • Re: The Chinese problem

    by » 2 years ago


    Once again today's problems are being viewed with past blames. What is your agenda. Problem solving or Nehru bashing. If it is the latter what are you going to achieve. Should we also give 60 years to Modi? Nehru acted as per his times. Let today's problems be tackled in today's times.


  • Re: The Chinese problem

    by » 2 years ago


    Very informative post that gives us detailed information on Indo China conflict and the factors that have led to it .

    https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-main-conflicts-between-India-and-China

     


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  • Re: The Chinese problem

    by » 2 years ago


    To me this makes a lot of sense ..

    Pakistan — aka India's evil twin (in their opinion), and China's BFF and only true ally for 65 years and counting. Note that a preferential relationship with Pakistan is not mutually exclusive to good relations with both India and Pakistan. The issues between these two countries are none of China's business, and the onus is on India to solve it, not China to stop supporting Pakistan, which would be an advocation for denial of sovereignty to Pakistan, not much different than Israel vs Arab world conflict. This is out of China's hands.


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  • Re: The Chinese problem

    by » 2 years ago


    Basically, it is the 2 nation theory again Hindu vs Musalman.  The Hindus lost earlier and ended being ruled by Muslims for 900 years. They don't seem to have learned anything and now a full grown insurrection is on in Kashmir. China will certainly fish in this water as it suits their geo-political aim to weaken India. India will oblige China. so I think.


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  • Re: The Chinese problem

    by » 2 years ago


    The opposition parties irrespective whether BJP or Congress or others have always resorted to cheap.level politics to malign the ruling party. India thus has internal weakness in generating a unified response to external threats. India is a nation on paper but a collection of different interests in actuality. We are still a nation in making. This internal weakness is helping Pakistan and China to repeatedly attack India and test our response. We respond as a divided nation and start collecting data to present to who so ever will hear. Our leaders are basically of trader mentality and want peace, even by compromises, so that commerce does not suffer. Taking military action is never on their mind. For them army is to be used in times of natural calamities and stop intruders. We are basically paper tigers who repeatedly go into history not to learn but to point out whom to blame. It is time we discovered a leader who can fight our enemies with power and strategy of dominance. It is mighty shameful that a large country like ours with a huge army should be all the time suffering from couple of terrorists every few hours. Present and past keaders are not capable of military action. They are bothered about cows .


  • Re: The Chinese problem

    by » 2 years ago


    Taking support from powerful nations like US and Russia is a good move . However, we cannot look up to them to safeguard our borders nor our country. The opposition is of course least bothered about anything else except waiting for an opportunity to defame the govt and the army that is protecting us ,so, their support cannot be counted upon. We have become far too dependent on Chinese goods and maintaining good relations even going to ridiculous lengths while they have always been on the offensive. It is precisely because of our defensive attitude where we wake up only after and attack,  that the Mughals were able to invade and plunder us and so were the British,.Unless we show that we mean business , I doubt if we can find a solution to Chinese problem.

     

     

     


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  • Re: The Chinese problem

    by » 2 years ago


    Your observation against opposition is wrong. In democracy it has a role to point out mistakes of government agencies. For this it should not be branded as you have done. It shows for you ruling party is always right which is not the case always. I concur with your othr observations.


  • Re: The Chinese problem

    by » 2 years ago


    All that one can see is the left parties supporting terror linked groups in the north East , which are backed by China  and in the Kashmir valley and Congress party members hobnobbing with seperatists who are agents of Pakistan.When a politician from India goes to Pakistan and openly asks support to throw out our elected PM what other conclusion can one draw other than call them anti nationals only interesting in holding on to their chair by hook or crook..


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