India is now working to liberate Tibet India is working for the liberation of Tibet from China

‘Liberation of Tibet 2020’ is claimed as the first martyr, as Neema Tenzin, commander of the Special Frontier Force (SFF), Special Forces, created in 1962, is a special command group of exiled Tibetans, the Indian Army. Works closely with.

According to some reports, Tenzin, the father of 3 children, died as a result of the explosion of a sugarcane mine buried in snow, which was laid in 1962. Some reports say Chinese soldiers shot him in the neck and killed him. His final rituals with full military honors were performed on September 7, and BJP veteran Ram Madhav was also present on the occasion to convey the message to China. His body was wrapped in both the Indian tricolor and the Tibetan flag.

His death and the whole controversy over the LAC indicate that the whole strategic scenario in Ladakh has changed. India has changed a lot in its military movements. Now the borders have also been crossed politically. India has completely changed course with things like walking 4km from LAC and conquering the area. China will now have to face an active India that has abandoned its defensive stance.

India now has close to 39 high points in the Pangong area. It not only gives India a strategic advantage on both the north and south side of Pangong Lake, but is also better at keeping an eye on the enemy. This vision can also be seen in other strategic directions.

These high hills associated with valleys, passages and paths are not only occupied for symbolic reasons but also help to increase the pressure in the negotiated negotiations among themselves. They are designed to influence military supremacy in the theater of confrontation and are also seen as a strong indication of the introduction of a new policy.

The occupation of these highlands began after the incident on August 29-30, when China sought to change the status quo in southern Pangong. This dealt with heavily armored vehicles, tanks and missiles. Taking into account both Pangong and Chushul, such vigilant positions were acquired.

The rollout was so rapid that the PLC and CCP leadership in Beijing took no initiative. Four months later, since China began attacking in May, the basic situation has changed rapidly. After infiltration, it has functioned weakly in large areas behind all Chinese positions, even behind the front line. The truth is that in 1962, India began to recover the lost territory.

India is no longer working to restore the status quo that was in April 2020. Now there will be nothing like retreat and neither the occupied territories will be returned. Now, in the changed scenario, the focus is on withdrawing the 1,000 square kilometer area of ​​Ladakh since the late 1950s.

Using SSF as a spear, India takes an edge by acquiring its speed, skill, its knowledge of the terrain and the ability to fight at heights under extreme conditions. A new target to be outlined due to stalled negotiations is an opportunity to liberate Tibet and correct the mistakes made since the 1950s.

India has always had a peaceful attitude at the Indo-Tibet border for centuries, and if India is to see peace at its northern borders, China’s dissolution, destruction, assassination and humiliation of President Mao is complete.

India has started a process in which America has full diplomatic support behind it. Because of this, Chinese President Xi Jinping has an aggressive stance on many countries in the region and the world. Both NATO and the European Union have made it clear that they will openly oppose Chinese imperialism.

Meanwhile, Chinese President Xi Jinping has given birth to a new wave of repression in Tibet as he fears rebellion. India must first liberate the occupied territories of Aksai Chin, Siachen and Ladakh and face a hectic threat from China.

But going back and forth on undefined LACs has changed Indian priorities. China has a habit of citing vague historical and cultural precedents, even refusing to honor treaties, even refusing to recognize ancient or colonial-era protocols.

India has now gone beyond this. He has decided that he will not be entangled in the ever-changing Chinese map at the 4000 km border. While the Chinese believe that the border is only 2500 km because Arunachal Pradesh is part of them like Southern Tibet.

China has also started imposing some non-established preconditions in the areas of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Sikkim / Bhutan. These allegations are made over time and aggressively, making fun of the fact that conciliation negotiations are taking place at all levels. Apart from this, China in PoK and Gilgit Baltistan are in a direct role as robbery, also through Pakistan.

Apart from this, India has no way of reacting strongly to Chinese moves and tactics like them. To get China on track, India again has to raise the issue of Tibet, which was occupied by greedy China in the fifties.

There is no doubt that India will regularly move across the LAC and to various places adjacent to it to create military benefits and serve the greater purpose. Each campaign is expected to find some areas that are not returned to China.

All this can not happen without any war, and perhaps some skirmishes should happen. But China already knows that. Given his opposition at the level of his defense minister, it can be said that this is a struggle that continues on the borders of his empire and it will be difficult for him to maintain or win it. Tibetans armed and trained by India and its allies will do anything to help them.

For China, forward movement may be a cause of defeat, which will be no less humiliating than Russia’s defeat in Afghanistan. Certainly now the dragon does not have time to rest even one day.

(Author Gautam Mukherjee writes about current affairs, and these are his personal views)

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