How important is the deception and deceit in China’s foreign policy, it is once again visible. After the fraudulent attack on Indian soldiers in the Galvan Valley, now Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi is insisting on taking the path forward through dialogue. However, Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar made it clear that India does not consider this to be a sudden situation at the local level, but that China’s well-planned conspiracy is clearly visible.
India bluntly – China attacked with premeditated strategy
Jaishankar told Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, “Whatever has happened in Galvan, China has done it in a well thought out and pre-planned strategy.” Therefore, it will be the responsibility of future events. In fact, China, which is talking about peace, taking the path of violence, after advising Indian soldiers in the Galvan valley by deceit, is advancing the way forward through talks.
China’s move: peace appeals after provocation
Today, in the talks between the foreign ministers of the two countries, China emphasized the use of existing mechanisms of dialogue and said that differences should be resolved only through dialogue. Two days after the bloody clash at East Ladakh’s Patrolling Point-14, External Affairs Minister S.K. Jaishankar and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi held talks. In this conversation, Wang emphasized that the two sides should make way for dialogue and coordination through existing mechanisms to overcome differences.
Chinese soldiers cheated by deception
In this conversation, both sides agreed to go ahead with the agreed agreement between military commanders to overcome the grave situation created by the bloody conflict. Keep in mind that 20 soldiers of the Indian Army, including Colonel Santosh Babu, were killed in the bloody clash on Monday. At the same time, there are reports of 43 Chinese soldiers being killed. This was the situation when Chinese soldiers were five times the number of Indian soldiers.
Difference between China’s words and actions
In fact, under the same mechanism that the Chinese Foreign Minister is talking about, after the first skirmish on May 5, there were about 15 rounds of talks between the two sides. On June 6, both countries agreed to begin the process of de-escalation by calling their respective soldiers back in lieu of Lieutenant General Level. Indian Army Colonel Santosh Babu went to Galvan Valley on Monday to see whether China was withdrawing its troops as promised or not when the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) attacked them.