Sources say that Pakistan has begun to move troops along the Gilgit-Baltistan border and the Chinese army is having talks with Al Badr terror group to provoke violence in Jammu and Kashmir.
According to reports and sources, Pakistan has mobilized nearly 20,000 additional troops to balance Chinese deployments in the northern Ladakh region. The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China is reportedly holding talks with terrorist group Al Badr in order to increase the level of violence inside Jammu and Kashmir.
Sources suggested that Pakistan is looking to open a two-front attack on India. Meanwhile, a number of meetings between the Indian Army and intelligence officials have been held to discuss the looming threat.
Sources also said Pakistan’s ISI has further escalated the sending of battle-hardened militants or even preparing BAT operations in India, egged on by the Chinese. The groups are also debating “global terrorism” with approximately 100 Pakistani terrorists inside Kashmir, it is also said.
Though security forces have had recent success in killing more than 120 Kashmir terrorists, most are locals with just a handful of international terrorists. Reports have also suggested that Pakistan may attempt to disrupt India internally by targeting the security forces at J&K.
Indian and Chinese troops conducted a more than 10-hour Corps Commander-level dialog on Tuesday focusing on finalizing modalities for disengaging troops from various standoff points in eastern Ladakh and finding ways to ease tension in the area.
The Indian delegates voiced concern about the region’s “new boundary lines” of China and called for the restoration of the status quo ante as well as the immediate withdrawal of Chinese forces from Galwan Valley, Pangong Tso and the related areas.
There are very definite reports stating that there is no doubt that the big winner of this Sino-Indian clash is Pakistan. As for nuclear-armed Pakistan, any military pain that nuclear-armed China may inflict on Islamabad ‘s Number One Rival, India, the neighborhood ‘s third nuclear-armed nation, is in fact very good news, The Quint quoted.
If we talk about the political agenda, China sees India as a challenge to its coveted trade initiative – the China-Pakistan-Economic-Corridor or CPEC – by threatening to recapture Pakistan-Occupied Cashmir (PoK) and Gilgit-Baltistan. Indirectly, China needs an Indian-Pakistan alliance close to that existed with itself since the 1990s. That is, relative border peace and a focus on economic relations.
As the Print reports, the stakes lie in India’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. India has military-terroristally controlled the Chinese intrusions and positioned its forces to deal with emerging circumstances. The potential course of action, especially as regards the use of military means, would also depend on the political agenda it has set for itself.