nam wrote:The lesson that has got embedded in GoI
(irrespective of the party in power) iswas that not that Chinese will intrude again, but that they will leave after asking for some local changes (stop water supply, some hut or bunker etc). Or like Doklam,enough chai and biscuit will melt Chinis hearts...
The same attitude was displayed UNTIL Galwan clash.
The Chinis wanted something big this time, so they came in multiple numbers. But GoI still hoped, they will leave. Chinis, this time were asking for something strategic in nature. Stopping our infra build across Ladakh.If the Chinis go back this time, the lesson will become more hardened. And I am pretty sure, we will get caught surprised again, in the next round.
You are doing an Uday Bhaskar & getting it ***ackwards.
China harrumphed about Indian infra in 2014, when this govt announced it would contract with Japan to build up in Arunachal Pradesh.
Since then it's Indian infra build up that has taken Xitler by surprise. Actually for the 1st time, China is surprised how easily someone else can scale up and mass produce infra.