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Sunday, October 17, 2021

Is China more aggressive on the border due to the growing relationship between India and America?

There is tension on the border between India and China. Even after the 13th round of talks, both the sides could not reach any conclusion. Both countries have increased their troops in areas like Patrolling Point 15 and Hot Spring. Although both sides have agreed on the next round of talks, different statements from both the countries suggest that the standoff continues.

The Indian side says that China is now preventing India from reaching areas where India has been regularly patrolling. The Indian Army has not been able to patrol across the Charding drain since the incursion into the Demchok area. Chinese troops have tried to infiltrate the Barahoti plains and the Tawang tract but withdrew after being stopped by Indian troops. China is continuously increasing the deployment of troops along the Line of Actual Control and is continuously building a permanent structure. Unconfirmed reports suggest that China has also deployed Russian destroyer missile S-400 in Aksai Chin. The Indian Army says that Chinese soldiers have come here for the purpose of staying. We are keeping an eye on all the developments. If they have come here to live, then we are also there to live.

Shyam Sharan is the former Foreign Secretary of India. He wrote in FirstFirst that India is facing a new situation with China. China is more aggressive about India due to the growing relationship between India and America.

The current GDP of China is five times that of India and China is also bridging its gap with the US. In such a situation, India needs to understand that joining a group like Quad is not an effective remedy against China. China is also constantly trying to neutralize India at sea. Trying to surround India from all sides.

It is true that Indian soldiers have demonstrated their capability by stopping the Chinese Army at the Line of Actual Control. But India is short of ammunition. Along with all this, the nature of the border is such that permanent deployment is not possible but surveillance can be further improved. India should reorganize its armed forces so that it has multiple mobile strike teams that can move quickly to secure areas across the border in the event of Chinese incursions.