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The Indian military had about two-front war with the neighbors Pakistan and China for many decades, to keep the politicians focused on defense spending. Now, this scenario looks more realistic with conflicts in the disputed border.

Negotiations earlier this week between the leaders of China and commanders of the Indian army in Ladakh region ended without a major breakthrough, the second such attempt to cool things down 20 Indian soldiers and an unknown number of Chinese troops were killed on June 15 in a terrible collision in four decades. Around the same time, weapons and explosives was discovered and died after a 15-hour battle, about 660 kilometers (410 miles) in South Kashmir, two suspected terrorists, the officials said.

India he fought in four wars with China and Pakistan since it got freedom from British rule in 1947, but never had to defend both borders at the same time. Indian military officials are growing concerned that China and Pakistan would lash out at new Delhi at a time when the government of Prime Minister Narendra modi is facing a growing infection of the coronavirus.

“New Delhi is clearly under a lot of pressure, whether from Covid-19, along the line of control in Kashmir, or China,” said Ian Hall, a Professor of international relations from Griffith University in Queensland, Australia, and author of ‘modi and rethinking India’s foreign policy.’ “We have seen relations with Islamabad and Beijing will worsen over the last few years, and the result is that both have decided to escalate the situation during a pandemic, when the modi government is stretched and distracted”.

The Indian military is huge and unforeseen circumstances to always bear in mind, said a senior security official who was not authorized to speak to the press. But despite the planning, the need to allocate resources on two fronts at the same time stretches the armed forces.

This is a major turn of events the Indian army has warned, urging the government including its diplomatic corps — to be ready to intervene to avoid this.

“As the war on two fronts, it is a possibility,” General Manoj Mukund Naravane, India chief of staff of the army, said in may. “The country will not go to war with its armed forces. It has other columns, like the diplomatic corps and other authorities that come into play to make sure that we are not herded into a corner where we will deal with two foes at once and at full force.”

Indian and Chinese troops remain deployed eyeball-to-eyeball along the Northern border of the country, unmarked and disputed the Line of actual control, which saw the rise of tensions in early may. Both sides amassed thousands of troops, artillery and tanks in various locations.

The army said Wednesday, more diplomatic and military talks were planned“ to ensure peace and tranquility” after the military talks at the level of the composition without clear results. In Beijing, foreign Ministry spokesman Lijian Zhao told reporters, China hopes that both sides will “maintain a close relationship through military and diplomatic channels, and to defuse the situation and lower the temperature along border.”

At the same time, India 742 kilometers (460 miles) of the line of control with Pakistan was no less active and tense. Indian troops faced the regular cross-border firing and is involved in anti-terrorist operations in the rear.

The Indian army said killed 127 “terrorists” in the first six months of the year approximately 30% higher than a year ago, according to a senior security official, who asked not to be named, citing rules of communication with journalists. In cases of cross-border firing, the Indian military also recorded two times in 2020 compared to the year 2019, the official said.

The Pakistan foreign Ministry in its statement on Wednesday blamed India for more than 1500 “violations of the ceasefire regime”, including deaths and injuries among civilians on their side of the Kashmir border this year.

Some military forces that normally move in Jammu and Kashmir to strengthen counter-insurgency operations along the border with Pakistan in the summer months are transferred at the border of India and China.

“Indian army is well-Led professional forces are organized, equipped, trained, experienced and motivated to take on any commitments that it may be called, whether internal or external,” the Indian representative of the Armed Forces Colonel Aman Anand said in response to questions.

Collusion between Pakistan and China to keep India’s Western and Northern borders on a slow fire at the same time difficult to prove, although not impossible, said Vipin Narang, associate Professor of political science Massachusetts Institute of technology and author of nuclear strategy in the modern conditions: regional powers and international conflict.’

“But my General feeling is that Pakistan may feel it needs to be consistent at home and in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir” after India in August last year, the constitutional status of the province, said Narang. Islamabad can be “opportunistically taking advantage of the diversion to India and focus on the nail”.

Clash with the “China is a shame for India. Any election in India? He can’t get to China and throw them out and they know it,” said Mahmud Durrani, Lieutenant General, retired, and a national security adviser in Pakistan. “The consequences of this can be that to prove your strength and muscle, they are going to do something with Pakistan-the smaller partner of China. They will do something to prove to his people that we remain strong.”

Durrani said, “the relationship between strategic traffic between China and Pakistan” could “be possible.”

Whichever way he plays, “it can be very busy and bloody summer for India as their disputed border,” said Narang.


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