China realises mistake of having an idiot friend inside India.

China wants War with India. (Part 5)

While I was writing this post, news flashed that Prime Minister is in Nimoo a forward post in Leh, Ladakh. Here is a picture:

Prime Minister with CDS

Prime Minister will thereafter visit Army Hospital in Leh to meet the injured soldiers.

Wise Enemy vs. Foolish Friend:

The time old wisdom of having a wise enemy is better than a foolish friend has dawned upon China. The story of Chinese aggression started in April during first phase of lockdown. If you remember, you would recall the infections of Corona in ITBP headquarters and it’s resultant sealing of the office. After this the ITBP Chief was shunted out.

On 15th April or so when China decided to move forward from its old position, the Indian troops were not yet arrived. Both side leave this terrain in winters as it is uninhabitable. Chinese incursion happened at various places but prominent were Gogra, Galwan Valley and Penang Lake.

China wanted to have an observation post in Galwan Valley so that it could observe the highway to and from the Advanced Landing Site at Doulat Bagh Oldie. Click on link to read more. It is India’s military base with an Airport like landing base on which every aircraft can land including massive globe master. China want to have a human eye on it. Patrol Post 14 in Galwan Valley was that place. The importance of human eye in this era of satellites can be understood from the manner India conducted it’s Nuclear explosion in 1998. Entire word’s satellites were hood winked. The idea of China was that in exchange for this observation post it will withdraw from other places. India refused to budge an inch. This was unexpected as in last 40 years the China had used this very tactics to advance. Four step forward and three backward thereby gaining one step. Take note that till June nobody knew what happened. China was unable to put pressure on India. Now China decided to use its contacts in Delhi. The next negotiation was on 6th June and an article appears in Times of India. Rahul Gandhi takes up the matter in his hands on 5th June 2020. See this tweet:

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