World War 3: China issues grim warning to Indian forces – ‘Ready to strike!’

World War 3: China issues grim warning to Indian forces – ‘Ready to strike!’

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The Global Times, China’s chief state media outlet, issued a statement claiming the PLA are prepared to strike against Indian troops. It comes after months of tensions between China and India stemming from a lethal border dispute on June 15. Chinese and Indian forces clashed in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh, leading to the deaths of 20 Indian soldiers.

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Hu Xijin, editor-in-chief of the Global Times, posted a warning to India on Twitter claiming the PLA was “ready to strike a heavy blow to Indian troops”.

The editor also shared a video of PLA troops in a military exercise, before detailing increased Chinese military drills.

He said: “PLA is training attacking tanks in Tibet region. Yes, it targets China-India border situation.

“China hopes the five-point consensus reached between the two foreign ministers can be implemented, but is ready to strike a heavy blow to Indian troops if they refuse to implement it.”

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China India war: China’s biggest media outlet has issued a grim warning to India (Image: PA)

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China India war: The Global Times claimed the PLA is ‘ready to strike a heavy blow to Indian troops’ (Image: PA)

It comes after China and India have sought a diplomatic solution to the border dispute.

Last week, the two countries agreed on a five-point consensus to resolve the border dispute in Ladakh.

They agreed to “quickly disengage” troops, avoid action that could lead to escalation in tensions and to undertake measures to restore “peace and tranquillity” along the Line of Actual Control.

The agreement was brokered by External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Moscow, Russia.

  

China India war: Indian Army soldier in Ladakh

China India war: In June, 20 Indian soldiers died in hand-to-hand combat with the Chinese (Image: PA)

China India war: Subrahmanyam Jaishankar and Wang Yi in Moscow Russia

China India war: It followed officials Subrahmanyam Jaishankar and Wang Yi discussing a peaceful resolution to conflcit (Image: PA)

Despite the five-point accord, India and China have still been ramping up their military drills in preparation for a potential conflict.

On Saturday, Beijing was believed to have “kidnapped” five Indian men in the Himalayas.

Mr Hu said at the time: “Based on what I know, five Indian intelligence members disguised themselves as hunters and crossed the LAC into the Shannan prefecture of China’s Tibet to pry intelligence.

“They were detained by the Chinese side and received warning and education. They will soon be released.”

It is unknown whether the men have been released as of publication.

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On September 8, both India and China accused each other of firing gunshots across the Himalayan border.

Beijing’s defence ministry accused India of “severe military provocation”, saying soldiers crossed the LAC and “opened fire to threaten the Chinese border defence patrol officers”.

But New Dehli strongly denied China’s accusations, and accused Beijing’s border forces of “blatantly violating agreements” and firing “a few rounds in the air”

No shots were fired across the border between China and India since 1975.

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China India war: China and India have been conducting more military drills in response to the conflict (Image: Express)

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China news: India is also growing concerned over Pakistan’s military expansion (Image: PA)

India is also concerned by Pakistan’s recent massive military boost, believing they are intending to support their “iron brother” China.

Pakistan, a long standing ally of China, has violated ceasefire agreements with neighbouring India by ramping up their military forces.

India’s parliament claimed 242 “cross-border firing” incidents have taken place along the boundary of Jammu and Kashmir from January to August, and has claimed 3,186 ceasefire violations from Pakistan across the same period

The ceasefire violations break all annual records of the incidents over the past 17 years.


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