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In the continuous trigger on Doklam and Control Line drawn between India and Pakistan, a Chinese strategic expert said that India is now taken care of “two wars” simultaneously and questioned the ability of Delhi to manage both.
1 Chinese strategic expert: prudent for India to participate in three conflicts simultaneously.
2Y said that China has nothing to do with the situation in Kashmir.
India is involved in Pakistan in a shootout on the Kashmir border.
With renewed firing along the Line of Control (LOC) between India and Pakistan, a Chinese strategic expert said Monday that it would be “prudent for India to engage in two conflicts at the same time.”
As for the continuous disruption and shoot Doklam Control Line, Minwang Lin, a strategic expert of the Institute of International Studies of Fudan University, said Global Time Festival, a tabloid known for its hard-line views, that the India now faces “two wars” simultaneously and questioned Delhi’s ability to manage so much.
“China has nothing to do with the situation in Kashmir but it would not be prudent for India to engage in two conflicts at the same time,” Lin said in the newspaper.
A separate commentary Sunday in the same article also linked the Kashmir issue to India’s intervention in the Doklam conflict between China and Bhutan, saying it could set a precedent for “the third-country army” to intervene in Jammu and Kashmir .
“While India has been invited to defend the territory of Bhutan, it could be limited to its established territory and not to the disputed area. Otherwise, according to the logic of India, if the Pakistani government demand , The army of a third country may enter the disputed area between India and Pakistan, including India-controlled Kashmir, “said long-standing strategic expert Xingchun, using the term with which China refers to JK.
Fire exchange in Kashmir FRONTICE
On Monday, Lin said: “There are frequent conflicts and military struggles between Kashmir areas controlled by both sides.” The newspaper said that “off the border dispute with China, India is involved in Pakistan in a cross-border Kashmir shooting.”
It was the second reference to Kashmir in a day at the Global Times, a tabloid led by the party that carried the Chinese saber on the Doklam trigger.
Sunday Xingchun Long, director of the Center for Indian Studies in West China Normal University, said in a commentary that “Indian troops invaded the Doklam region in the name of helping Bhutan, but in fact, the invasion was Thought to help India for the use of Bhutan. ”
He said that “according to the logic of India, if the request of the government of Pakistan, the army of a third country can enter the disputed area between India and Pakistan, including Kashmir controlled by India,” referring to Jammu and Kashmir.
Larga wrote that “this incursion reflects that India fears that China could rapidly continental separated from India northeastern India by military means, which are divided into two parts of India.”
“North Indians are not closely identified with India, and several armed organizations are fighting for independence from the northeastern states of India,” he said.
“India has interpreted the construction of China’s infrastructure in Tibet as having geopolitical intent against India. India itself is not able to do the same for the Northeast, so it tries to stop road construction in China.”