According to reports in India, Chinese troops have established checkpoints to 19 km inside Indian borders with a banner that read "Chinese territory". The hostility between India and China on the Himalayan border and the sharing of water resources only upwards despite the visit of the first Chinese Minister Li Keqiang in New Delhi next month.
China is in the process of strengthening its position in the area of Daulat Bag Oldi, 19 km inside the Indian Territory, where they regularly receive supplies by truck. According to reports sent to the Ministry of Interior of the Union, the Chinese side had adopted an aggressive posture on patrol in the area, where they planted five tents, refused to end the confrontation is now in its 3rd week. About 40 people from the PLA stationed in five tents in the area which is located 70km south of the BOD Burtse sector, with the banner warns that the Chinese territory.
The first Chinese Minister said that "China has nothing to gain by this time to assert against India. If anything, such as former Indian Foreign Minister Jaswant Singh said, China seems rotate to Russia and India, even if it seems to take a stronger Japan and Southeast Asia is "attitude.
The senior partner in the "Carnegie Endowment for International Peace," said "This radically changes the status quo that the Chinese seem to have a new physically occupied territory under Indian control," noting that the Chinese have chosen an area where India has attempted to strengthen its defenses.
October 20, 1962, the People's Liberation Army of China invaded India with overwhelming force on two separate sides The Chinese aggression and defeat the humiliation she planted on India unprepared remain deeply embedded in the Indian psyche, it has been surprised by the invasion, because an irresponsible political naivety.
In addition, network terribly imperfect information failed to pick up the movement of heavy artillery and other Chinese military activities along the border in the Himalayas. The invasion of India was carefully planned well in advance and came after prolonged military preparations.
Why Mao had he ordered the invasion? And after capturing most of the Indian military outposts in the industries of the first wave of attacks, why Beijing does she made a second round, more vicious attacks after a hiatus of three weeks? The goals of Mao were essentially political in nature.
The first goal was a pure humiliation and hard of India, the Asian rival China. Mao was determined to reduce India to a minor state since its democratic and pluralistic model of developing countries apparently threatened the totalitarian political system of China.
The PLA military adventure against India was clearly punitive in nature The second goal was to destroy the image of Nehru, who until then had been a dominant figure on the international stage and an icon in many parts of the developing world. Nehru was reduced and demolished in November 1962. This decisive defeat destroyed the statesman, turning it into a worn politician while breaking the country's international reputation.
Made in, rather than Mao, it was Nehru who had contributed to his own disgrace A presumptuous Nehru, leader of a foreign policy erroneously went to the extent of saying to Patel by letter that it would be "crazy adventure" for the Chinese Communists to try to devour Tibet - a possibility considered geographically impossible.
The third objective of Mao was to undermine the status of non-aligned India. Just the PLA began the first wave of attacks that upset Nehru appeals to the United States for military aid, begging a grant from Washington without insisting on a formal alliance, but no military aid American did not arrive.
The fourth objective was to cut the historical ties between India and Tibet. All of a sudden, all external links with Tibet and religious, temporal, cultural, medical and commercial-eased. This meant that Tibetans could no longer maintain ties with their former Gaya, Sarnath, Sanchi, and other seats of monasteries, and the Indians had no access to the lake Mansorovar and Mount Kailash.
Fifth, the war was convenient to Mao for his domestic policy.
At a time when the economic calamities of China, dealing with famine and Mao's insistence on fighting domestic classes stimulated basic problems, speed and raw power with which he was able to teach India a lesson had not only boosted the international image of China, but it has also helped to consolidate its domestic policy. Four decades later, India has not forgotten the lessons taught by Mao. The rise of India as a military power to independent nuclear and missile capabilities is the result of a lesson learned.