“Everything is fair in love and war”; this is often quoted to talk about something significant. Will it be apt to connect the well-known reference with regard to continuing India-China discord? No doubt, the love factor holds no value between India and China anymore. Furies of skirmishes still persist, which can be regarded as the tiniest form of full-blown war. The southern border is simmering because of the crafty Chinese scheme. There is nothing novel about this manifestation, some of us may be shocked at the perpetual friction until it is worked out.
Unsurprisingly, the more I try to go through the news about playing or blurting Punjabi songs in boisterous tone on the Southern banks of Pangong Tso, the more I begin to distinctly discern how romantically scared the Chinese soldiers are.
It is certainly their intense fear that purposely goads them to blare or play the Punjabi songs which can be used to divert and excite the attention of the vigilant soldiers on the Indian side. It is patently clear how the Chinese side could shift to spit so casually, should we at least not proceed with a refutation vehemently?
What are we really looking for? After the years 1962 and 1967, similar loudspeaker tactics by the Chinese side has been upsetting us. Our brave soldiers are becoming more and more cautious and asking more specific questions to expel the Chinese army who were hell-bent to carry out weirdness and tension.
Typically, that idea would not work in the long run. It is the most understandable situation of emotional pain.