Raging Border Dispute between India and China

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China, after transporting the Corona Virus worldwide, is now trying to capitalize on it in all possible forms. Its aggressive behaviour towards all its neighbours and constant efforts in the expansion is gaining the world’s attention and a great deal of criticism. For the past few weeks, there have been tensions at the Line of Actual Control ( LAC ) between the Indian and Chinese military, after the Chinese side has moved over 6000 soldiers, at four locations in eastern Ladakh, three in the Galwan Valley and one near Pangong Lake.

Before we go in detail, make sure to subscribe to receive an email notification on our latest posts. Read through our article to know everything you need to, about the on-going raging border dispute between India – China Standoff at Naku La, Sikkim.

Why?

The troop build-up is China’s response to border projects by India on the Indian side that would make these areas easily accessible to Indian soldiers and heavy weaponry. It claims India has *illegally* constructed defence facilities across the border into Chinese territory.

FACT CHECK: India is working upon its own border Infrastructure. Last year, India’s Border Roads Org.(BRO) built a road called the Shyok – D.B.O Road on “INDIAN TERRITORY” at least 10 Kms inside the LAC.

The road delves into the Galwan river. And now, India is building feeder roads to connect this to the LAC. The idea is to help Indian forces reach remote locations quickly. But, China is upset as its border transgressions are being challenged by India.

Where?

As mentioned, China is flexing its military muscle at the LAC which is an undefined border. Currently, 2 hotspots have been identified along the Line of Actual Control ( LAC ): one in Sikkim and the other in Ladakh. Right now, the focal point is Galwan Valley, as the Chinese Claims on this region have changed over 3 times since the 1962 war. It started with a small territory, and now China claims the ownership of the entire Galwan valley.  

The India – China conflict is now ongoing which started on 5 May 2020 with a fistfight started by the Chinese with the Indian troops at Naku La, Sikkim. Four days later, both parties threw stones at each other at the very same place. There was no usage of arms, but they ended up hurting dozens of men on both sides. The tension still continues.

A peek into India vs China Military Capabilities:

Military CapabilitiesIndiaChina
Tanks44266457
Armoured Fighting Vehicles67044788
Aircraft21022955
Towered Artillery74146246
Navy Vessel295714
Rocket Projectors2901770
Manpower1.2 Million2.7 Million
Military Budget71.1 Billion261 Billion

Other Recent incidents of China’s Aggression:

  1. Encroachment of Indonesian Fisheries since January
  2. Ramming a Taiwanese Coast Guard Vessel after entering Taiwan’s territorial waters.
  3. Sinking a Vietnamese Fishing boat on April 2, 2020 by hitting with a Chinese Coast Guard Ship.
  4. Deploying an exploration vessel near Malaysia on 16th April, 2020
  5. Giving official names to disputed islands in the South China Sea.
  6. Cold War with the US
  7. Bullying Australia by asking it’s citizens not to visit the country and not to consume their wine.

LATEST HAPPENINGS :

The Border situation is comparatively calmer now in recent days. The Indian Govt. forces have declared that this situation is not dangerous and the Chinese counterpart is now following suit. The very next day, the Chinese side has said the situation is now stable and Mr.Sun Weidong, the Chinese envoy to India has said: “The Dragon and the Elephant can dance together“. In addition, he mentioned that “China and India are 2 major emerging economies. The fundamental interests of both countries are its people and should focus on strengthening cooperation in investments, production, campus capacity, and other fields. We are not a threat to each other”. ( source – The Economist )

Mr.Lijjian Zhao, the diplomat in-chief ( The same person that blamed the U.S. Army for the Corona Virus outbreak) said “China-India border situation is generally stable and now under control. China and India have perfect border-related mechanisms and communication channels. Both parties are perfectly capable of resolving this issue through dialogue and consultation”

Following this. US President Trump has tweeted that he is willing to be a moderator and the United States is willing to help resolve the border disputes between India and China. India’s Ministry of External Affairs responded to Trump’s offer saying ” We are engaged with the Chinese side to peacefully resolve this” and, China has rebuffed this offer and called this trying to drive a wedge between the two countries. “The latest dispute can be solved bilaterally by China and India. The two countries should keep alert on the US, which exploits every chance to create waves that jeopardize regional peace and order” said the Global Times, a state-run tabloid newspaper.

Check out the article for the lastest happenings – India – China face-off at the LAC latest updates.

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12 thoughts on “Raging Border Dispute between India and China

  1. The article has been penned very informatively, interestingly and in easy to read way. The highlight of the article is the Comparative Military strength of the two most populated neighbours of different idealogy.Wish to see more more trendy articles like this from the writer.

  2. Very nicely explained the prevailing situation and the facts and figures given is absolutely remarkable. It would help students who prepare for competition exams and like. Wish the writer to make more such articles and analyze the critical issues.

  3. Narration is very understandable . With facts and figures. Even though our Indians are little less force than china, our Indians brain and our hard work is well known by entire world. All the Best writter.India will handle the situation on own way.

  4. Very well written with lot of information. Easy to understand. Expecting more articles from the writer

  5. Well researched article and the information is very useful to understand the Indo- China military excesses which is always complex.Aggression in any form,military or economic is not sustainable as the nations have become more interdependent.Good neighborly relations will definitely ensure world peace.Thanks for this article which is an eye opener to International Relations.

  6. The article is written in a lucid manner, explaining the current stand off in an easily readable way. The writer has to be complimented for understanding the nuances of the situation and presenting it well. Though the number of our equipment may not match those of Chinese, we have created better logistics for moving heavy tanks to high altitudes which the china lacks. This is the reason for their offer of cooperation by the Chinese envoy.

  7. For a young budding writer to choose such a contentious and sensitive topic of India-China border skirmishes as the subject of article is itself very commendable. I am looking forward to penning of more such articles from the writer.

  8. This is an exceptionally good and balanced assessment of the LAC. The article highlights important data that might have been overlooked when formulating the value and related trials.

    The government silence about the border situation which China is fuelling message regulation and uncertainty at time of crisis

    GOI come clean and tell India exactly what is happening!

  9. Sandhya…..good job. I enjoyed reading your blog post. It is informative, also authentic.very carefully dealt with facts. I am looking forward to read many more articles..😍😍

  10. Excellent ,well classified written with plenty of supporting documents. Very matured writing. Congratulations. I am expecting more from this young bubbling with enthusiasm during lockdown period . R.Subramanian

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