Home Minister Amit Shah gave an open warning to Pakistan on Thursday. He bluntly said that if Pakistan does not desist from its antics, then more surgical strikes can be done on it like in 2016. He has given this warning in the midst of deteriorating situation in Kashmir. Second, the Union Home Minister has said this at a time when 5 army personnel were martyred in a terrorist encounter on Monday. After this, there is a constant talk of teaching a lesson to Pakistan.
Warning to Pakistan is fine. However, experts say that right now China is a bigger threat than Pakistan. Pakistan is jumping on his behest. China wants to create psychological pressure on India. In this game, he has engaged Pakistan. In such a situation, we need to be prepared about China along with Pakistan.
china playing mindgames
China is playing a mind game with India. China’s objection to Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu’s visit to Arunachal Pradesh is also part of the same mind game. China expresses objection to Indian leaders’ visit to Arunachal Pradesh. China claims Arunachal Pradesh as part of South Tibet.
Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu had visited Arunachal Pradesh over the weekend. After this, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said at a media briefing in Beijing on a question asked on Naidu’s visit that China never recognized the state. India on Wednesday categorically rejected China’s objection, saying that Arunachal Pradesh is an “integrable and integral” part of India.
Security analyst Pathikrit Payne made an important point in a conversation with a TV channel. He said that there is a need to see eye to eye with China. Our stand with him should not be softened anywhere.
What is China’s intention?
Payne said that China is putting psychological pressure on India. His intentions are not noble. He is on the verge of doing something big. He can do something wrong in Taiwan, South China Sea or on the Indian border. So India needs to be very cautious.
Actually, there are many internal issues in China. Its real estate sector is facing a serious crisis. This sector accounts for 30 percent of its GDP (Gross Domestic Product). Due to various restrictions on the sector, it has lost hundreds of billions of dollars. There are also reports of wealthy entrepreneurs being targeted. Various restrictions are being imposed on them. He is also going through a serious power crisis. All these things are increasing dissatisfaction among the middle class there. To divert people’s attention, there is a strong possibility that China may do something wrong in Taiwan, the South China Sea or the Indian border.
China’s focus has been on Bhutan, Nepal, Arunachal, Sikkim, Ladakh and Tibet. He interferes every now and then. Through these, the dragon tries to encircle India. This game of the Communist Party of China is old. The important thing is that China’s middle class, immersed in prosperity, was not yet questioning its policies. But now the veil is being removed from his eyes. In such a situation, China is trying to divert the attention of the people. In recent times, his becoming more aggressive is being seen associating with it.
apprehension in the mind of the opposition
The Leader of the Opposition in India also warns about China. NCP MP Majid Memon says that it is okay to give a blunt warning to Pakistan. In this he is with the government. But, mere things are not enough. It needs action. Second, people ask why what China is doing on our border is often overlooked.
Congress leader Brijesh Kalappa says that surgical strikes have not only been done by the BJP government, they have happened in the past also. Pakistan is jumping on the behest of China. China is violating Indian borders. We need to deal with that.