We Are Prepared For war with China Army Chief Bipin Rawat
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The 1962 Indo-China war not only exposed the Indian security forces ability but also established China as the new leader in the Asian continent (excluding Russia, which lies both in Europe and Asia). The tactical approach, and the failure to utilize Indian Navy by then Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, proved costly. Since then, China has been threatening the Indian nation along the northern borders.
The ‘Doklam standoff’ between India and China almost resulted in a war between the nations. The Indian Army Chief, General Bipin Rawat assured the nation that the Indian Army is prepared to counterattack on China if it takes an offensive step.
Addressing the nation, Rawat said, ‘the Chinese troops are trying to trespass along the northern borders of India. Chinese troops are patrolling along the sensitive regions, and the frequency is likely to increase after the winters. Our Indian army is prepared for counterattack if need be. It is time for us to shift our concentration towards China, from Pakistan. There is a high possibility of surgical strikes along the borders from China, and we are prepared for it’.
We need to strengthen our relations with our neighboring countries like Nepal, Myanmar, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan. These nations will play a key role at the time of Ind-China war.
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