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Retired Chinese general warns of surprise attack by India, says 'New Delhi might do something big'
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Updated Sep 26, 2020 | 19:03 IST
A retired Chinese general has warned China saying Indian might launch a surprise attack across the Himalayan border.

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Highlights
  • 'India has tripled its troops along the LAC which could easily cross into China in a few hours'
  • 'China needs to remain on alert'
  • 'Upcoming US presidential election might provide India with a chance to do something big'
New Delhi: China should stay alert as India can launch a surprise attack, said a retired Chinese general. In an article published on Li Jian, a defence-related social media account, Wang Hongguang issued the warning saying the danger of conflict has increased and with “incidents” in the Taiwan Strait and the upcoming US presidential election might present India with an opportunity to “do something big”.

“India only needs 50,000 soldiers at the Line of Actual Control, but now, instead of withdrawing troops before the winter comes, India has added 100,000 more soldiers in Ladakh,” SCMP quoted Wang as saying.

Indian troops could easily cross into China
He further said that India has tripled its troops along the LAC which could easily cross into China in a few hours as they are stationed within 50km of Chinese territory.

Wang, a former deputy commander of the Nanjing Military Region which is now part of the Eastern Theatre Command, said that China cannot afford to let its guard down before mid-November.

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Leviza

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They might cross into China but to never return back
Who is going to safe india with the aftermath and China taking full control of the area
Only if india can afford another defeat abd loose more land to China
 

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Indians may indeed launch a surprise invasion like Nazi Germany did to the USSR.

They'll suffer the same fate too.

The difference is, there's no civilians for them to terrorize so it will be just them and the PLA.
 

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But we have not given aid to you.
You don't have to tell us that, we are already aware that you are a poverty-stricken country where more than 30% of the population does not have access to sanitation and has to defecate in the open fields. :lol:

So it is ok we can understand, we are still with you. Go Ahead and reclaim your land which you lost to the Chinese this summer.
 

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Chinese assessment is completely out of this world. India can never attack even if China retakes hundreds of 1000 sq kms blocks. There is no option to start a civilian revolt as the conflict zone is an empty land. Indian politicians don't go to war unless more than one of the following are true: (1) they are able to buy local civilian support in the enemy territory, (2) the Indian army strength is several times larger in numbers, (3) conflict zone is cut off with the mainland of enemy.. not just cut off, but there should be a distance of 100s if not thousands of kilometers and Indians are sitting in between two parts (4) there are no civilians available to use as human shield.

Not saying anything against IA as it might be a professional force, but Indian politicians only act when they have full confidence of 200% win as no Indian government wants to lose next elections.

So... no.. Indian is not attacking. If anything has to happen, it will happen from Chinese side.. But then again, China is not there for war. It is there to stretch the Indian forces across thousands of kilometers..
 

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