Army talks positive but no headway on de escalation
Joint statement of Tuesday has made the sixth round of Corps Commanders talks between India and China has made both of them agreed to stop sending more troops to the frontline and refrain from unilaterally changing the situation on the ground and will try to resolve the standoff. They agreed to earnestly implement the important consensus by the leaders of the two countries, strengthen the communication on the ground, avoid the misunderstandings and misjudgement which may can complicate the situation.
The 5-point plan agreed between the foreign ministers in Moscow early this month has led to no further built up along the LAC.
History teaches us that in 2017 Doklam Crisis appears to have shifted the “strategic objectives” and they have doubled the air bases strengthening the air defence position and increasing the heliports along the border as per the military intelligence. Therefore, India should be very much on an alert with a neighbour like China whose actions differ a lot from
the posture that it portrays to the world. One of the biggest reason is lack of democracy which gave the Communist party of China hell lot of power to do as per their wish ignoring the
international treaties and agreements. With the present defacing of China over the loosing world reputation due to COVID-19 episode and declining economy has made the Chinese
Communist Party even more aggressive with the countries who share their borders so that they can distract the people from the reality and show their strong face in front of the world