China was ready for war with India over Doklam issue
A senior Chinese army official has given the statement that the case of Doklam was ‘safely resolved.’ The name of the Chinese army officer is Liu Fang
India and China‘s army were face-to-face for 73 days on the issue of Doklam. China was also threatening India continuously, but their threats were not affected by the Indian Army jawans, and the Indian government was also pursuing a similar attitude during this period. China government controlled media was indulged in persistent inciting India. A newspaper had fixed till the time of war. But India continued to pressure China on its own diplomacy.
In the meanwhile, news of unarmed rioting continued between the jawans. After all, China’s strategy of threatening for the war did not work and had to retreat from Dugal. Many experts say that India’s preparations and diplomacy forced China to retreat. But now that the matter is coming out, it seems that China too was threatening the war on the upper hand, but did not want to have such a situation.
A senior Chinese army official has given the statement that the case of Doklam was ‘safely resolved.’ The name of the Chinese army officer Liu Fang He was trying to explain how China’s army is trying to resolve issues through negotiations with other countries
Liu said: citing the deadlock at Dokalam, “We take very practical steps.” Liu said, ‘Certainly it was resolved safely.’ He said, ‘My colleagues and other ministries in the army worked closely together and talked with the Indian side several times.’ Liu said, “The all-India border cross-border dispute has helped in solving the problem peacefully.”
Significantly, the deadlock began on June 16 when Chinese army tried to make roads in Bhutan’s claimed area. This deadlock ended on 28 August.