China and India have opened the ninth round of talks. India requires the PLA to withdraw first, otherwise it will teach China a lesson
Although the situation on the Sino-Indian border is very tense, the two sides have established a channel for peaceful negotiations, and the situation as a whole is within a controllable range. After a lapse of more than two months, The talks finally started successfully in recent days. The Indian 14th Corps Commander Menon and the Chinese Southern Xinjiang Military Region Commander Liu Lin chaired the talks on behalf of India and China. Disclosure of information concerning the content of the meeting.
The”India Express” subsequently reported the matter, stating that after the eighth round of military commander-level negotiations, China and India have always maintained communication through hotlines and other working mechanisms to prevent There will be any emergencies along the border, but the Indian media are still not optimistic that China and India can reach a consensus on arms control negotiations. They believe that a long-term confrontation after the beginning of the spring may be inevitable. Because the Indian military’s attitude is very tough, the Indian defense The Minister Singh had publicly asked the People’s Liberation Army to withdraw first. The Indian Air Force Chief of Staff Badauria also made a similar statement and clamored The PLA will teach China a lesson without first withdrawing.
From related reports, the issue of disengagement between the Chinese and Indian armed forces has always been the focus of the discussions between the two sides in multiple rounds of talks. The previous eight rounds of military commander-level talks were both As a result, they broke up. China’s position has always been that the two countries organize the withdrawal of front-line troops in batches, oppose the withdrawal plan proposed by the Indian side, and demand that the Indian side meet the Chinese side halfway. Combined with the current state of the Indian military, the Indian representative obviously will not agree with China’s withdrawal proposal, and will still insist that the People’s Liberation Army retreat first, so it’s not difficult to guess the outcome of the talks, and the two sides may still break up. .
For the issue of troop withdrawal in hotspots, the international community generally believes that the two countries should follow the principle of mutual equal security and implement the disengagement plan equally. Therefore, the withdrawal plan proposed by the Chinese side is in line with international practice. After all, border withdrawal It was originally a joint action by both parties. There is no question of who withdraws first. Moreover, the two border conflicts were both provoked by the Indian army. India should take the lead in evacuation from the border if it wants to convey its sincerity for peace talks. Now the Indian government insists on talking to China. Humiliation and brutality, instead of revealing his true mentality, Modi may not give up his plan to provoke a border conflict.
In fact Since the end of the border conflict, India has been actively preparing for war at home. After several rounds of increase in troops in India, the current size of the Indian army in the”Ladakh area” has exceeded 250,000, and Modi has also purchased a large number from abroad. Advanced weapons and equipment, the Rafale fighters delivered by the French Dassault Company have been delivered to the front. From this point of view, participating in the commander-level talks is just a cover for India, just to cover up India’s domestic preparations. Regardless of whether China and India can reach a consensus on the issue of troop withdrawal, Modi is ready for a long-term confrontation.
About India Whether it can compete with the People’s Liberation Army, the two previous border conflicts have already given the answer. Therefore, the Indian army’s insistence on provoking the border war will only cause unnecessary casualties to itself. The gap is obvious to all. Indian politicians such as Modi made the mistake of strategic misjudgment and raised India’s military power to the same level as China. This strategic misjudgment will not bring any benefit to India, nor is it conducive to India’s growth. Influential regional power.
Of course China Nor will they sit idly by infringements on their own territory, talk about opening our door, and beat us to the end! On the Sino-Indian border, the PLA is also prepared for a long-term confrontation. As long as the Indian army crosses the red line, the PLA will fight back with the strongest force. Therefore, it is Modi’s most correct choice to resolve disputes with China peacefully in border negotiations. .