India to play Tibetan Card against China

India to play Tibetan Card against China

In a new development, shots were fired along the LAC after 53 years, PLA soldiers pended fired neat Pangong Lake, But according to Global Times, China blames India, In which India was trying to change the situation to look bad. The Global Times said, Indian army illegally crossed the line and entered Bangong Hunan, the western section of the Sino-Indian border. Even the Chinese FM has said it was Idia which provoked the new standoff. India has said, Indian troops fired back in retaliation as a warning, Indian Government sources have said warning shots were fired after the Chinese opened fire at Indian positions late on Monday night.

Chinese soldiers “fired a few rounds in the air in an attempt to intimidate” Indian troops, the Indian military said in a statement. “Despite the grave provocation,” the statement said, Indian troops “exercised great restraint and behaved in a mature and responsible manner.” according to The Newyork times

The latest round of firing comes amid the ongoing new standoff between India and China in the Ladakh region, Indian’s official and Military General have already said the Situation is very serious in the LAC or India, China Border. After all, among other firsts, India physically occupied a few hilltops for the first time in Pangong Tso region recently.

India’s also in discussion on bringing Tibetan freedom or related to china as a trump card against China. As India is getting more support from the Tibetan settled people, India may use this as leverage or anchor against china on gaining grounds in LAC or Chia, India border tension standoff. India was among the first countries to recognise communist rule in China. Through the 1954 Sino-Indian Trade Agreement, India also acknowledged Chinese control of Tibet. However, the Chinese invasion of India in 1962 reneged on this accord.

In 2003, then Prime Minister of India Mr.Atal Bihari Vajpayee – Governing another BJP-led NDA government – signed a joint declaration with his counterpart Wen Jiabao in Beijing. This declaration recognised that the Tibet Autonomous Region is part of the territory of the People’s Republic of China. You can read the full government details of the declaration in here on India’s MEA website.

As the Chinese Army is armed with weapons like machetes, the Indian Army soldiers are not letting them come close, otherwise, there may be another violent face-off like what happened in the Galwan valley, the army sources said according to Indian media news Times of India.

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