The recent commercial satellite imagery indicates that China likely transferred its Combined Arms Brigade (CAB) deployed in proximity to the clash site at Lampung in Tsona Dzong to Ritang in Lhontse Dzong near Arunachal Pradesh on Indo - China border.
It's worth noting that the U.S. Department of Defence also, in its recent annual report to the United States Congress, emphasized the deployment of three light-to-medium Combined Arms Brigades (CABs) by China in the eastern sector of the LAC, which further highlights the evolving dynamics in the region that is not a piece of good news for India.
The recent imaginary poses a threat to Indian sovereignty and security, and the people of the Republic of India are looking towards the BJP-led Modi Government, which calls itself the most patriotic, visionary, and nationalist government in the history of Independence India. The BJP has not yet given any official statement on the development, which makes people even more worried.
If one talks about the failed policies of the Modi Govt., it failed to downsize its dependence on Chinese imports the way it could have despite having Chinese repeated incursions on the Indo-Sino border. India's mammoth trade with China is widening India's trade deficit with China. Still, India's dependence on China remains a big threat to India.
India owns a defense budget of $71 Billion, whereas China managed to secure $261 Billion being an Economic Superpower. Would there be enough comparison? China should downplay its foreign policy to oppress its neighbors. China has usually been putting claims on Indian territories from the very beginning. It was China that started the 1962 war, and after that, incursions started from China were traced back to 1967 and 1986.
The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) flared up the tensions between Nations more often. Whether about "Doklam," "Sikkim," or ongoing Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh, India encountered consistent violations from China. PLA incursions are certainly not possible without the consent of Top Leadership. India cannot take on China on its own, But a growing strategic relationship with the U.S. and Japan worries China, and it must be strengthened.
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