CHINA has warned it is “not afraid” to go to war with India in time to face between the two nuclear powers, which threaten to escalate into conflict.
Beijing’s threats in his state-controlled media, saying New Delhi would be “more humiliated than 1962”, referring to a short but vicious battle that saw more than 2000 killed.
India has scrambled fighter and spy planes for combat patrols and sent in military reinforcements after a bloody clash broke out in the Galwan Valley, a part of the challenge of the Ladakh region along the border of the Himalayas, last week.
The fierce battle saw 500 soldiers engulfed in the hand-to-hand combat, some using spikes, clubs — in a horrible clash that resulted in at least 20 Indian and 40 Chinese soldiers dead.
But the Chinese Communist regime has warned India that any future conflict would mean defeat for them, such as the war of 1962.
An article in the state mouthpiece, the Global Times, read: “the Chinese military observers said that a degenerate, large-scale military conflict involving major Chinese troops, if that were the case, it would mean a rout just like the war in 1962, with very disproportionate to the victim figures unfavourable to India.
“In a potential self-defense counter-attack, China will secure its own territory and is not likely to claim Indian territory after having emerged victorious, but the battle will be deeply hurt India as a global position and the economy to go back to decades ago.”
India accuses China for instigating the fight by the development of the military infrastructure in the valley, which he said was a violation of the agreement of this area remained in dispute.
In a development that has increased the threat of war, satellite images appear to show China that the realization of a blatant land grab by diverting the Galwan river to claim more territory in the highly contested region.
The images indicate that China claims the Galwan river sides up to 25 miles of The Line of Actual Control (LAC) – which separates Indian-controlled territory by the Chinese-controlled territory.
Chinese engineers are apparently changing the course of the river and the reduction of its width in order to allow the soldiers to be deployed on the entire mass of the earth.
This would significantly strengthen its ability to project military power in the region and is a tactic that echoes the Beijing construction of the island staging posts in the disputed south China Sea which, according to its own
Yet, while China refers to the 1962 Indian “rout”, the experts fear that the conflict could develop into something that resembles the third World War.
Professor Joseph M. Siracusa, School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, said nouvelles.com.ua: “In 1962, all these people were to each other, but they do not have nuclear weapons.
“Today, all the actors in South Asia have nuclear weapons.
“In exchange for 10 or 15 missiles, there are warheads, which would lead to the” nuclear winter “, Carl Sagan predicted in the 1980s. There could be all kinds of hell to pay for this.”
“Will they use nuclear weapons for a border dispute? Not because they want to, but because it might aggravate or accidentally move in this area.”
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China has filed a petition for the whole of the Galwan Valley, saying the whole area is located on the side of the LAKE.
Ministry of foreign affairs spokesman Zhao Lijian said: “good and evil is very clear and the responsibility rests entirely with the Indian side. ”
During this time, India has rejected China’s demand on the valley “exaggerated” and ” untenable “.
The previous agreements between the two sides do not want the firearms are taken near the border, by each party, and this suggests why spikes clubs have been used last week’s battle.