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China may use its ‘pawn’ Pakistan to enter Afghanistan: IAF chief RKS Bhadauria

Indian Air Force chief RKS Bhadauria has said that Pakistan is a pawn of the Chinese policy and Beijing may use its borders to enter Afghanistan once US troops exit.
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Pakistan is becoming a pawn of Chinese policy and could be used by Beijing to enter Afghanistan after the exit of US forces, Indian Air Force Chief RKS Bhadauria said on Tuesday explaining the objectives behind China’s aggression in Ladakh and the continuing standoff at the Line of Actual Control.
“Pakistan is increasingly becoming a pawn in Chinese policy. Under the increased Chin- Pakistan Economic Corridor debt trap, we are going to further witness military dependency,” he said.
Speaking about China’s global aspirations and dominance through military, the IAF chief said Beijing is also eyeing Afghanistan and touched upon the possibility of China using Pakistan to gain entry into the war-torn country after the exit of US forces.
“US exit from Afghanistan has opened options for China in the region, both direct and through Pakistan allowing it entry into Central Asia, a region they have been eyeing for long,” he said.
In the context of China’s dominance in the region, the Indian Air Force chief referred to the possible objectives of the Chinese aggression this year in Ladakh that has led to a standoff and an unprecedented military build on both sides since early May.
“China’s aspirations are on the global front and regional domination is a part of the route. Any serious China-India conflict is not good for China at the global front and does not suit their goal,” Air Chief Marshal Bhadauria said.
He added that an important national security challenge is to understand China, their game plan and deepening and evolving Sino-Pak relationship.
Speaking about the possible objectives for China to engage in a military standoff and change the status quo in Ladakh, he said that it could be military signaling or domination efforts with adequate escalation control.
“Was it deployment and training of their western theatre forces in a war-like scenario where Galwan was an overreach or was it to fine-tune and enhance their military technologies and fill the gapsor it could be planned to start border talks for new positions or was it just a misadventure that got escalated?” he asked.
He also said India needs to maintain effective capabilities to counter any misadventure if the situation so arises.
“Our western border is active since the establishment of Pakistan, now new fronts, areas are also active,” he said.
Speaking about the focus on maximum technology in warfare, he said new drone technology and unmanned aircraft are part of new modern warfare.
“So, military strategy can't be based on erstwhile ground mobilisation future warfare to focus more on technological warfare,” the Air Force chief said.


In the context of China’s dominance in the region, the Indian Air Force chief referred to the possible objectives of the Chinese aggression this year in Ladakh that has led to a standoff and an unprecedented military build on both sides since early May.

“China’s aspirations are on the global front and regional domination is a part of the route. Any serious China-India conflict is not good for China at the global front and does not suit their goal,” Air Chief Marshal Bhadauria said.

He added that an important national security challenge is to understand China, their game plan and deepening and evolving Sino-Pak relationship.

Speaking about the possible objectives for China to engage in a military standoff and change the status quo in Ladakh, he said that it could be military signaling or domination efforts with adequate escalation control.


“Was it deployment and training of their western theatre forces in a war-like scenario where Galwan was an overreach or was it to fine-tune and enhance their military technologies and fill the gapsor it could be planned to start border talks for new positions or was it just a misadventure that got escalated?” he asked.

He also said India needs to maintain effective capabilities to counter any misadventure if the situation so arises.

“Our western border is active since the establishment of Pakistan, now new fronts, areas are also active,” he said.

Speaking about the focus on maximum technology in warfare, he said new drone technology and unmanned aircraft are part of new modern warfare.

“So, military strategy can't be based on erstwhile ground mobilisation future warfare to focus more on technological warfare,” the Air Force chief said.


It seems that after PAF and PLAF joint air exercises 2020, Bhadauria has became Padauria.

Indian's heart burn can be felt in his speech at a Webinar. Once JF 17 Block III production starts , Indians would literally panic. After all, Pakistan would be producing a very capable and dangerous fighter jet , at a fraction of the price paid by Indians to acquire jets with almost similar capabilities.

Considering their ties with Russia now strictly commercial, they are on a disadvantage at least as far as their supply lines are concerned.

I am certain now USA would pitch to sell them F 35 or F 21 again.

Pakistan should start its work on its AZM project as soon as possible to keep parity with India. India would be certain to become USA client state.
This bloated version of Rajnikanth is even unfit to be a flying officer in any professional airforce, yet he is leading one! The perfect epitome of their society where one who cant even fit in a Mig21 cockpit is now commenting on an airforce as professional as PAF. Not that Dhanoa was an officer material, this guy is at a whole new level.

Below, an IAF pilot in Bollywood vs an IAF pilot in Reality.

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Yes, we must solve this problem.The best solution is to wipe out India.
Once India does not exist, Pakistan does not need China to be Pakistan's paramilitary ally but a friendly neighbour.
Ask Indians to act now !!!
you should go see a psychologist. ask him/her to help you deal with your hatred towards other nations.
 

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Modi is Hitler for India Muslim first. Modi dare not to challenge Pakistan and China.
Pakistan and China has taught Modi a lesson, first captured India pilot, then take 1000 sq km land.
Modi can't do shit, just keep boasting nationalism.

Modi knew nothing about power, he has no tech background at all, even asked his general to use cloud as shield to attack Pakistan, so silly.

The Pakistan and China alliance made sure India can only bad mouth, but dare not to do Blitzkrieg.

Modi is good at stirring up Hindus, but lack of vision and capabilities.
Not for Muslims- only for Pakistan and China.

If I look at the history after from 1947, independences (India and Pakistan). If Pakistanis are happy with such a small incidents on 27th feb then we always like and happy to loose but always like to won such as 1965,71,84 and 99.
 

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A hindutva extremist India is a threat to the entire region

China is a great help keeping India under control

All South Asia supports China


on a different note, the world needs balance for too long the U.S and it's Allies gave caused war and chaos, alternative power is vital
you should go see a psychologist. ask him/her to help you deal with your hatred towards other nations.
The fact that you disregard the poison of hindutva extremism and it's danger to hundreds of millions across South Asia is exactly why the world needs to be multi polar and not dependent on a few power bases
 

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I think it works both ways. Pakistan and China benefit from each other's position.


India's stupid publicity stunt in Feb 2019 and Aug 2019 has costed India dearly and brought China and Pakistan on same page.



I don't think Indian chief is wrong, the question is how will India counter that???
 

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China may use its ‘pawn’ Pakistan to enter Afghanistan: IAF chief RKS Bhadauria

Indian Air Force chief RKS Bhadauria has said that Pakistan is a pawn of the Chinese policy and Beijing may use its borders to enter Afghanistan once US troops exit.
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Pakistan is becoming a pawn of Chinese policy and could be used by Beijing to enter Afghanistan after the exit of US forces, Indian Air Force Chief RKS Bhadauria said on Tuesday explaining the objectives behind China’s aggression in Ladakh and the continuing standoff at the Line of Actual Control.
“Pakistan is increasingly becoming a pawn in Chinese policy. Under the increased Chin- Pakistan Economic Corridor debt trap, we are going to further witness military dependency,” he said.
Speaking about China’s global aspirations and dominance through military, the IAF chief said Beijing is also eyeing Afghanistan and touched upon the possibility of China using Pakistan to gain entry into the war-torn country after the exit of US forces.
“US exit from Afghanistan has opened options for China in the region, both direct and through Pakistan allowing it entry into Central Asia, a region they have been eyeing for long,” he said.
In the context of China’s dominance in the region, the Indian Air Force chief referred to the possible objectives of the Chinese aggression this year in Ladakh that has led to a standoff and an unprecedented military build on both sides since early May.
“China’s aspirations are on the global front and regional domination is a part of the route. Any serious China-India conflict is not good for China at the global front and does not suit their goal,” Air Chief Marshal Bhadauria said.
He added that an important national security challenge is to understand China, their game plan and deepening and evolving Sino-Pak relationship.
Speaking about the possible objectives for China to engage in a military standoff and change the status quo in Ladakh, he said that it could be military signaling or domination efforts with adequate escalation control.
“Was it deployment and training of their western theatre forces in a war-like scenario where Galwan was an overreach or was it to fine-tune and enhance their military technologies and fill the gapsor it could be planned to start border talks for new positions or was it just a misadventure that got escalated?” he asked.
He also said India needs to maintain effective capabilities to counter any misadventure if the situation so arises.
“Our western border is active since the establishment of Pakistan, now new fronts, areas are also active,” he said.
Speaking about the focus on maximum technology in warfare, he said new drone technology and unmanned aircraft are part of new modern warfare.
“So, military strategy can't be based on erstwhile ground mobilisation future warfare to focus more on technological warfare,” the Air Force chief said.


In the context of China’s dominance in the region, the Indian Air Force chief referred to the possible objectives of the Chinese aggression this year in Ladakh that has led to a standoff and an unprecedented military build on both sides since early May.

“China’s aspirations are on the global front and regional domination is a part of the route. Any serious China-India conflict is not good for China at the global front and does not suit their goal,” Air Chief Marshal Bhadauria said.

He added that an important national security challenge is to understand China, their game plan and deepening and evolving Sino-Pak relationship.

Speaking about the possible objectives for China to engage in a military standoff and change the status quo in Ladakh, he said that it could be military signaling or domination efforts with adequate escalation control.


“Was it deployment and training of their western theatre forces in a war-like scenario where Galwan was an overreach or was it to fine-tune and enhance their military technologies and fill the gapsor it could be planned to start border talks for new positions or was it just a misadventure that got escalated?” he asked.

He also said India needs to maintain effective capabilities to counter any misadventure if the situation so arises.

“Our western border is active since the establishment of Pakistan, now new fronts, areas are also active,” he said.

Speaking about the focus on maximum technology in warfare, he said new drone technology and unmanned aircraft are part of new modern warfare.

“So, military strategy can't be based on erstwhile ground mobilisation future warfare to focus more on technological warfare,” the Air Force chief said.


It seems that after PAF and PLAF joint air exercises 2020, Bhadauria has became Padauria.

Indian's heart burn can be felt in his speech at a Webinar. Once JF 17 Block III production starts , Indians would literally panic. After all, Pakistan would be producing a very capable and dangerous fighter jet , at a fraction of the price paid by Indians to acquire jets with almost similar capabilities.

Considering their ties with Russia now strictly commercial, they are on a disadvantage at least as far as their supply lines are concerned.

I am certain now USA would pitch to sell them F 35 or F 21 again.

Pakistan should start its work on its AZM project as soon as possible to keep parity with India. India would be certain to become USA client state.

he is butt hurt..
 

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once a legend said, if you get a slap from left hand or right hand, it is same. Now I will say if you get a slap from younger brother or elder brother, slap would be slap.
 

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Oh god you Indians, stop crying please. Save some tears. 2021 is going to be very bad for you. Just a sincere advice for you.
 

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Indian are beaten by American AMRAAMs but blame China for the support of their enemy. Poor Indians cannot speak against their masters, cannot name them, cannot blame them :rolleyes1:.
 

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IAF chief has gone crazy, he is trying to take revenge 27th Feb.
Now, yesterday, it was a bad news for India that PAF started production of JF17 III.

tou gussa kerna tu banta hay na
 

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I have never seen an Airforce officer talk so much.

Indian Airforce is feeling emasculated post Feb 27 and compensating through verbal diarrhea.

I am afraid not even F 22 can reduce this feeling of insecurity. IAF must spend on cadre of Psychologists. Preferably one for each officer.
 

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