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India-China border dispute: What is your politics china

india-china border dispute

India-China border dispute


The border dispute between India and China has once again come to the surface. In many places in eastern Ladakh, the tension has increased because the People's Liberation Army (Chinese Army) troops have crossed the Line of Actual Control and entered the Indian border. The Galvan River Valley is witnessing special tension. After all, why is the Chinese army infiltrating like this? What is his motive behind doing this? An official statement from Beijing is awaited at this time, but there can be many reasons for this adventurism from China.

The biggest reason is the increasing global pressure on China to reveal the birth of the coronavirus. Indeed, India has recently taken over as the Chairman of the Executive Board in the World Health Organization. The World Health General Assembly in which India was entrusted with this responsibility also decided that an independent investigation committee would find out the reality of the birth of the coronavirus. China has agreed to this, but the way the rules related to any such independent investigation in the World Health Organization have been relaxed, it seems that Beijing is not open-hearted with the decision of the World Health General Assembly. Now that it is certain that the truth of the coronavirus will be discovered and it will be tried to find out why the virus outbreak has shown more in Europe and America despite starting from China, Beijing is under stress. It is possible that in this bloodline, he is trying to pressure India by airing the border dispute.

One reason for the current tussle may also be India's opposition to China's ambitious project, the Belt Road Initiative. However, all the global forces are also against this intention of China. Under this project, China is building infrastructure in many countries, but economically weaker countries are paying a heavy price for it. China undoubtedly helps these countries in construction works, but in the event of non-payment of loans, Chinese companies gain administrative control there. Strategically important Sri Lankan port of Hambantota is a great example of this, which is currently under the control of Beijing for 99 years.

The third reason may be China's assessment of the extent to which India is capable of resisting it. China has been showing its strength everywhere. He has even built an artificial island in the South China Sea and has been blocking the movement of any external force into the ocean. Last year, when the US sent its ships here under the 'Freedom of Navigation', China raised strong objections. Beijing does not even pay attention to the concerns of its neighbours. The Philippines also went to the United Nations Tribunal against China's increasing interference in the South China Sea, where it won and rejected China's monopoly in the South China Sea. But Beijing pressured the Philippines to agree that it would settle the dispute bilaterally.

As India has grown closer to the United States, New Delhi has been given greater responsibility in the geographical portion connecting the Indo-Pacific. There has been progressing in the Quad (Strategic Group of India, America, Australia and Japan) and it is now being discussed at the Foreign Minister level. That is why China is trying to hurt India's growing status. Under this intention, he is trying to surround India by putting pressure on many Asian countries. At the last National People's Congress (meeting of the supreme organ of state power), Beijing set a goal to become the world's largest military, economic and technological force by 2050. That is why the stature of the current President Xi Jinping has been enlarged in many respects from Mao Tse Tung, the founder of communist ideology in China. Since only India can stop China's road to Asia, Beijing does not want to leave any chance of pressuring New Delhi, despite talking about moving along side by side.

At present, India started its work almost a decade ago on the construction work in Ladakh, which is being blamed for the current dispute. India had started building infrastructure and roads etc. long ago to access the border areas of Ladakh due to the huge mountain ranges of the Himalayas. This was also necessary because our troops deployed on the border could get the logistics etc. on time. China did not pay attention to it earlier, but now it wants to check the extent of India's opposition. Therefore, it can also be called the next episode of Doca La controversy.

The question is also why our border dispute with China remains? It is notably that the two countries share a border of about 3,500 km. The McMahon Line informally divides India and China, but between Tibet and Arunachal Pradesh, China does not recognize it. While India is not ready to give up its claim on these areas, New Delhi considers Aksai Chin as its share. The good thing is that apart from 1962, no two countries have come face to face on the battlefield for this. Since the demarcation work is not finalized yet, the soldiers of the two countries have been moving in each other's areas. But this tension deepens because China fires a border dispute under some scheme. So, this time his intention is to take possession of the border areas of Ladakh? Hopefully, this time as before, his intention will be clear soon.

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