China's conspiracies continue even in Corona epidemic, planning to surround India

China's conspiracies continue even in Corona epidemic, planning to surround India

Beijing: China, which has become a headache for the world, is not deterring from conspiracies even during the Corona epidemic. China, which has wreaked havoc all over the world from Corona, is now trying to take advantage of this crisis to spread its feet in the neighboring countries of India. Under a big conspiracy, China wants to increase its influence in countries like Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka etc under the pretext of Kovid help. According to former Foreign Secretary Shashank, Dragon is also working on its siege strategy in the epidemic. He wants to leave America behind. On the other hand, the largest democracy wants to increase its activities in the neighborhood of India in such a way that its influence increases and India's position becomes weak.

China is working on major investment plans in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal. However, India has given a befitting reply to every diplomatic move of China. Experts say that China is trying to influence the power there by interfering in Nepal, Sri Lanka and Maldives, but India has always repulsed it with a cautious strategy. According to experts, while China wants to take India's neighboring countries under its influence with heavy investment at the economic level, while giving diplomatic support in international forums, in return, it is eyeing the land of these countries so that ports and listening posts are built there. and work centers of electronic espionage.

By having direct access to ports in these countries, China wants to establish control over the routes between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. China has built ports in Pakistan, Myanmar and Sri Lanka. Pakistan has been a pawn in China's attempt to siege India. Bangladesh is also going to take strategic facilities in return by giving China military-financial help, cooperation in the construction of infrastructure.
 
Former Foreign Secretary Shashank says that India has conveyed the message of China's strategic frontline through the Quad. Work is also underway on the strategy of Quad Plus. India has no intention of forming an Asian NATO. But India definitely wants that China's interference in its neighboring friendly countries of South Asia should not increase. India has consistently maintained its activism in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Maldives. Efforts are on to speed up connectivity projects. During the first wave of Kovid, India has given important help to all these countries.


Chinese police arrested four Tibetans on charges of espionage

Chinese police arrested four Tibetans on charges of espionage

BEIJING: Chinese police have arrested four Tibetans on charges of espionage while trying to take photographs of the Dalai Lama. A search of his phone found several suspicious pictures. According to media reports, one of the four accused includes a local village leader who was arrested on suspicion of possessing politically sensitive material.

A source confirmed on condition of anonymity that he had been arrested on suspicion of having pictures of the Dalai Lama on his mobile phone. Actually he has not done anything criminal and his family members are not losing hope. They are hoping for his early release." According to media reports, three PSB uniformed police officers entered the Jangchup Gefel Monastery in Dartsang Township and searched the prayer hall. The officers allegedly found a picture of the Dalai Lama on the altar. confiscated and all the concerned chiefs were called to the police station for further questioning.

According to media reports, this action by China is being seen by the Tibetan community in July with the celebration of the 86th birthday of the Dalai Lama and the centenary of the CPC as the authorities of Sethar County have prohibited any civil celebrations/festivals except government functions. Or monasteries and religious gatherings are banned. Six prominent Tibetans were arrested in Serthar County in April, including Gangke Drupa Kyabe, a writer and critic of the Chinese Communist Party, who worked as a teacher in Dartsang before moving to Drango County.