58 years of Indo-China war, what is the difference between how Nehru and Modi deal with China

Article – 21 oct 2020

On the morning of 20 October 1962, when the Rajput Regiment personnel posted in the Namka Chu area of ​​Arunachal Pradesh were deployed for their duty, they did not even know what was going to happen next. At 5:14 in the morning, China’s PLA army suddenly attacked. They had every facility available, ranging from tanks to mortars and sophisticated weapons. The southern end of Namka Chu was completely occupied by China. PLA soldiers killed many Indian soldiers while sleeping. This tragedy triggered the 1962 Indo-China war in which India finally suffered defeat.
Today, this unwanted war has completed 58 years, but since then, there has been a difference of land sky. Now India is not like 1962, which had to kneel before the enemy due to lack of necessary weapons and equipment. This is not an India that is constantly attacked, and even then India continues to teach peace lessons. Now this is an India that is peaceful, but when an attack on its self-esteem strikes, it not only teaches the enemy a befitting lesson, but also kills him by entering his house.
There is a difference between the sky in 1962 India and 2020 India. When China invaded India in 1962, the rule of India’s rule was in the hands of Jawaharlal Nehru. He had appointed people who were elected not on merit, but on sycophancy, be it Defense Minister VK Krishna Menon, or Pran Nath Thapar, the then military chief of India.
For anyone who opposed Nehru’s policies, the circumstances were made such that he would have to resign. For example, look at the former military chief, General Kodandera Subaiah Thimmaiah from Pran Nath Thapar. He opposed Jawaharlal Nehru’s misallocation of resources needed for the Indian Army to be used as government bungalows], and added that in view of China’s PLA policies, the deployment of the border was more Should be empowered more. But he was not heard of, and eventually had to submit his resignation in 1961.
Since then, there has been a lot of change. Now the Indian Army has no resource shortage, and if needed, it could even wash China with a slap. Its foundation was found only in 1967, when the Indian Army gave a befitting reply to the attacks on the state of Sikkim by China. Be it Nathu La’s front, or Cho La’s, the Indian Army soldiers washed the Chinese so badly that they still think a thousand times before talking about this war.
But perhaps China did not learn a lesson from these wars, so it first attempted to challenge India through the Doklam Plateau in 2017, and when India forced China to kneel without a single whip, China insulted it. Was very eager to avenge. Then came 2020, when the whole world was moaning due to the Wuhan virus caused by China. China had a golden opportunity to promote its imperialist policies in times of this crisis, and began showing hooliganism everywhere from East Ladakh to the South China Sea.
The Indian Army did not compromise on its position, and that’s why they held their positions. But China insisted on showing its air, and that is why it planned to ambush India by ambush in the Galvan valley. But when the new India left Pakistan synonymous with terror, then what about China?
India’s policy of 2020 is now based on the aggressive defense policy of Lalitaditya Muktapeed. India not only gave a befitting reply to the attack on the Galvan Valley, but showed China the stars in the day. Undoubtedly, India had to suffer the sacrifices of 20 soldiers, but in response, the soldiers of India made a ruckus in the Chinese camp that China still shies from revealing the actual number of its dead soldiers. But India did not stop there. By activating the Lalitaditya Muktapeed mode, India once again created a triumph in the Chinese camp.

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