- India has deployed its deadliest BrahMos missile on the border to deal with the Chinese dragon
- Due to this deployment of India, the Chinese dragon has turned red and its official siren has warned
- Global Times said that this will hinder the resolution of the border dispute between the two countries
India has deployed its deadliest BrahMos missile on the border to deal with the Chinese dragon showing eyes from Ladakh to Arunachal. With this deployment of India, the Chinese dragon has turned red. China’s official siren, the Global Times, has warned that this will hinder a peaceful settlement of the border dispute between the two countries and increase tensions. While the Global Times is shocked by the deployment of BrahMos, it has termed this Brahmastra of India as ‘useless’.
Global Times claimed that India’s missile has only theoretical advantage, while it poses no real threat to China’s security. “This is the reason why tensions on the China-India border are increasing continuously and unwanted military disputes are arising,” said Song Zhongping, an expert in the Chinese military. Chinese experts are making this claim when the Chinese army itself is continuously practicing on the Indian border and is deploying a large number of long-range weapons.
‘Will destroy BrahMos missile silos and military centers’
China has also deployed many of its killer missiles on the Indian border. Chinese military expert Song claimed that there is no threat to China’s border security from India’s BrahMos missile. The PLA is continuously enhancing its air defense capability to shoot down supersonic cruise missiles like the BrahMos. It also claimed that China would destroy BrahMos missile silos and other military bases by attacking in advance when the conflict resumes.
At the same time, another expert from China, Qian Feng said that the deployment of BrahMos from India shows that India is taking a strict stand in the whole matter. This is in contrast to that, under which both sides are insisting on resolving the border dispute peacefully by negotiating. Earlier, Indian CDS General Bipin Rawat had admitted that China has now become India’s biggest security threat. On this statement of General Rawat, the Chinese government siren has got chilly.