New Delhi/Beijing: China is working full-blown propaganda on its excessive altitude conflict preparations, threatening India as troops of each side stay locked in a face-off alongside the Line of Precise Management (LAC) in jap Ladakh.
Chinese language state-run media outlet International Instances claimed that the Folks’s Liberation Military (PLA) organised “a large-scale maneuver operation featuring thousands of paratroopers and armoured vehicles to the country’s high-altitude northwestern region over a long distance from central China’s Hubei province amid border tensions between China and India.”
The whole course of was accomplished in only a few hours, demonstrating China’s functionality of rapidly reinforcing border defences when obligatory, International Instances reported.
On Saturday, China Central Tv (CCTV) had reported that PLA Air Pressure airborne brigade not too long ago manoeuvred from Hubei to an undisclosed location within the plateaus of northwestern China 1000’s of kilometers away.
Reacting to the propaganda, defence analyst Nitin Gokhale tweeted, “Since China is bent on trying to create an impression that its terracotta warriors are ready for high altitude battle, perhaps it is time to talk about an imaginary tabletop exercise some military enthusiasts have authored and played out in their minds.”
India’s China skilled Brahma Chellaney nevertheless, warned, “India extended the hand of friendship to China but that country’s communist dictatorship repaid with aggression in Ladakh, resurrecting the ghosts of Mao’s 1962 military invasion of India. The latest aggression is not just a wake-up call for India, it could prove the final straw.”
State-run media in China has been persistently working conflict propaganda towards India because the Xi Jinping regime earned worldwide opprobrium for initially protecting up the coronavirus pandemic which originated in Wuhan metropolis of Hubei province.
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