Army Chief of India, General Bipin Rawat said that China is trying to change the status quo on its border with India and there is a possibility of such incidents like the ongoing deadlock in the Doklam area, which is likely to grow in the future.
Bipin Rawat said this thing when he was delivering a lecture by General B.C. Joshi on ‘Challenges of India in the current geostrategic situation’ by the Department of Defense and Strategic Studies of the Savitribai Phule University of Pune. Rawat said disputed claims about the dispute and the area are continuing. These actual locks are due to different assumptions on the determination of the LAC.
General Rawat said, “Our army does not think that it can not happen again in any other sector. Thinking that this will not happen again, it is always better to be prepared and alert instead. My message to the army is that no one will be relieved. ‘ He said that China is constantly increasing its influence in regional security. He said, “It is increasing defense and economic participation in neighboring countries, especially Pakistan, Maldives, Sri Lanka and Myanmar. The China-Pakistan economic corridor, which passes through Pakistan occupied Kashmir, challenges India’s sovereignty. ‘