China seeks to repeat Galwan: Pakistan's support
New Delhi / Correspondent
China is preparing to repeat the deadly skirmish between Indian and Chinese troops in the Galvan Valley near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. Sources claimed that China has deployed a large number of troops in the area, including missiles. Pakistani military officials are also with them.
In the border region with India, China has accumulated a large stockpile of arms and troops, including the S400 anti-missile system. The Chinese military is seen practicing night raids in parts of Aksai China. Due to these developments, India has become alert and is keeping a close watch on these developments.
China and Pakistan have signed an agreement on the exchange of secret information. Following the agreement, Pakistani military officials were deployed to the West and South Theater Command headquarters on the Chinese border.
China is trying show its interest to find a peaceful solution to the Indo-China border dispute in military and the political discussions on the issue. Even before the war between India and China in 1962, China had kept a dagger in back by shouting slogans of 'Hindi-Chinese brotherhood' and keeping India in the dark.