China and India Against Each Other On Borders as well as Economy

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Although, there was a time when the Indian and Chinese public used to call each other brothers and sisters but the entire world is well aware of the fact that how much of a beef is between these two nations. After the recent face-off between the Indian and Chinese soldiers that resulted in a physical quarrel between both sides, both countries seem to be competing with each other as they were having an eye blinking contest.

In this entire situation, the Indian (Modi’s) Government has been playing it very diplomatically and have so far, garnered many followers from the inside and outside as well. They are constantly publishing news, articles and posting videos of how the Chinese soldiers trespassedthe Chushul sub-sector (Ladakh) and got into physical fights with the Indian army soldiers, appearing to be very aggressive.

In a recent survey conducted by Economic Times (an Indian forum for economics and current affairs), it was established that around 44% of the people who took the survey voted in favor of India, appreciating their way of conduct on the Ladakh border and also praising the tactics and diplomacy that the Indian (Modi’s) government has adopted in order to pay China back for their act.

After the full assessment of the survey, it has been found that sentiments of the Indian public are with the Indian soldiers who lost their lives in an incident that took place in June between China and India. This scuffle resulted in both India and China facing many casualties. As a result of this fight, 20 Indian soldiers were claimed to have lost their lives while China is yet to provide a clear statement on the casualty count for their soldiers.

So far, the tensions between the two countries are at their peak, and especially, India has started taking some strict measurements as they have banned more than 118 China-backed apps and as of now, the apps under the radar are PUBG, Tencent, Baidu, and brands such as Xiaomi. With this, India has made it clear that it means business and is willing to take strict measurements to prove their point in the entire world’s economy.

In this entire situation, the Indian (Modi’s) Government has been playing it very diplomatically and have so far, garnered many followers from the inside and outside as well. They are constantly publishing news, articles and posting videos of how the Chinese soldiers trespassedthe Chushul sub-sector (Ladakh) and got into physical fights with the Indian army soldiers, appearing to be very aggressive.

In a recent survey conducted by Economic Times (an Indian forum for economics and current affairs), it was established that around 44% of the people who took the survey voted in favor of India, appreciating their way of conduct on the Ladakh border and also praising the tactics and diplomacy that the Indian (Modi’s) government has adopted in order to pay China back for their act.

After the full assessment of the survey, it has been found that sentiments of the Indian public are with the Indian soldiers who lost their lives in an incident that took place in June between China and India. This scuffle resulted in both India and China facing many casualties. As a result of this fight, 20 Indian soldiers were claimed to have lost their lives while China is yet to provide a clear statement on the casualty count for their soldiers.

So far, the tensions between the two countries are at their peak and especially, India has started taking some strict measurements as they have banned more than 118 China-backed apps and as of now, the apps under the radar are PUBG, Tencent, Baidu and brands such as Xiaomi. With this, India has made it clear that it means business and is willing to take strict measurements to prove their point in the entire world’s economy.