Chinese President, Xi Jinping Has Risked His Future With LAC Clash

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Chinese President Xi Jinping

Chinese President Xi Jinping to intimidate anyone has reduced when the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) failed to push back the Indian Troops on the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

Gordon G Chang, a lawyer, and commentator wrote an opinion article for Newsweek. He said that the Chinese President has risk his future when the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) failed high impact incursions into more areas of the Line of Actual Control, which is the border between China and India.

Chang also said that President Xi Jinping is the main “architect” of the recent clash between India and China, the move of aggressive Chinese troops has failed, he added.

Xi Jinping, who is also the chairman of the Chinese Communist Party’s Central Military Commission and also the leader of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) motivated after all these failures to renew his action to launch more offensive against the Indian position on LAC.

In June, this year Indian and Chines troops were engaged in a violent face-off in Galwan Valley, 20 Indian soldiers martyred and around 43 Chines troops got killed. This was the first deadly confrontation between Indian and China in the last 45 years.

Gordon G Chang said that Chinese subsequent efforts to push India have proved ineffective and Indian troops got the control of the three areas of the southernmost part of Ladakh. These used to be in Chinese control.

India is not giving the Chinese the opportunity to improve, and both sides have accused each other of violating the decades-old agreement of engagement by firing warning shots. Chang further said the Chinese are the ones who are closer to the truth and India’s soldiers are displaying newfound boldness.

The game has changed now, you can say that the Indians troops are more aggressive or you cal also say they are more aggressively defensive, but they are in fact bolder and better.

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