Anujan wrote:During war nobody checks to see which company owns the fuel depot before bombing it.
I think this is the first time china is playing great power politics using every tool in its arsenal. Weapons, money, influence. It is to be expected that they'll start in their backyard.
This might be a good news for India. If Pakistan gets on the path of development and decided to abandon its national security schizophrenia it can only be good for the region.
Anybody noticed the Jammu and Kashmir map in that corridor.
The entire POK is disputed and India is claiming that land. No country would risk their strategic corridor in land region which is disputed and the people are up against the local military govt.
India has every right to claim that region and any strategic material in that region which is against India can be used as a threat against India. India can strike at anything which can create threat to India.