China diplomat warns India of war on border conflict
China diplomat warns India of war on border conflict

Beijing: India has tightened the Line of Actual Control (LAC) after violent conflict in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh. China's official newspaper Global Times has written in a threatening tone that India knows that war cannot be fought with China, because New Delhi knows that if there is a war now, its condition will be worse than the war of 1962.

The Global Times quoted a Chinese analyst as saying that after the border dispute in Galwan Valley, nationalism and hostility against China in India is increasing rapidly. While Chinese analysts and some people within India also warned that India should first pacify nationalism at home. In a report published in the Global Times on Sunday, a Chinese analyst said that India would be further humiliated after the 1962 border dispute with China if it could not control the anti-China sentiment at home.

The report said that Indian PM Narendra Modi said on Friday that his government has given the armed forces complete freedom to take any necessary action. However, PM Modi also appeared to be trying to reduce tension. In a violent skirmish, 20 Indian soldiers were martyred, while over 70 soldiers of the Chinese side were injured on the LAC in Galwan valley.

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