There is a tussle between India and China over the border dispute along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh. To be good in the eyes of the world, China talks about peace talks with India, but the reality is that it is also preparing for war within. China’s evil intentions came to light when Chinese President Xi Jinping asked his army to prepare for war. Simultaneously Jinping has asked the Chinese Army to be on high alert.
Chinese President Xi Jinping visited a military base in the southern province of Guangdong on Tuesday and told the troops to prepare for the war, Xinhua reported. Jinping told the People’s Liberation Army, “Put your whole mind and energy into preparing for war.”
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According to a CNN report, Xinhua was quoted as saying that Jinping asked soldiers to be in high alert mode during an inspection of the People’s Liberation Army Marine Corps in Chaozhou City. At the same time, he has also asked the Chinese soldiers to be completely loyal, absolutely pure and reliable.
According to the news agency ANI, the main purpose of Xi Jinping’s arrival in the Chinese state of Guangdong was to deliver a speech on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone. It has a major contribution in making China’s economy the second largest economy in the world.
Chinese President told army, be ready for war and crisis
The Chinese President’s military visit comes at a time when tensions between China and the United States are at the height of Taiwan and Corona. At the same time, relations with India on the border dispute are very strong. China and India have deployed forces on the border. Let us tell that seven rounds of military talks at the level of Corps Commander have been held between India and China. The previous talks lasted nearly 12 hours on Monday.
An Indian military official said that although the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) showed a willingness to resolve the deadlock through negotiations, no clear action has been taken on the ground. India says that it is up to China to carry forward the withdrawal of troops from the conflict points in the mountainous region. It is also learned that the Chinese delegation had put forward a proposal in Monday’s talks to start the process of withdrawal of troops.