Big Breaking!!! PM Modi defeats China; Finally the Doklam standoff comes to an end

The entire world was speculating that the war between India and China would soon begin. But the speculation has come to an end as the Doklam Conflict will not continue further. Yes, India-China reached consensus on disengagement of border personnel at Doklam faceoff site.

It seems like China has softened its stand or perhaps we can say that China is scared of India. The battle of threatening Indians by the rogue China started soon after India opposed China’s decision of building road in Doklam area.

Another big win to PM Modi!!!

History says that China’s hobby is to acquire more and more land of other nations. With the same intension, it thought of controlling the Doklam area but PM Modi’s diplomacy toppled everything. The China got frustrated day by day as Indian Army didn’t even step an inch back.

China had even used its state run newspapers to threaten India. It also conducted secret military exercises specially focusing on Doklam standoff. But it miserably failed to threaten India.

A statement released by the Ministry of External Affairs, states that “India and China have maintained diplomatic communication in respect of the incident at Doklam. During these communications, we were able to express our views and convey our concerns and interests.” On the basis of communication between the two nations, it was decided that “expeditious disengagement of border personnel at the face-off site at Doklam has been agreed to and is on-going.”

PM Modi is going to attend BRICS submit that will start on 3rd September and end on 5th September. And the decision of withdrawal of troops has come just before it.

On the global platform, India’s image will further rise as India didn’t even fear to the warnings of China even though Chinese had a much bigger Army than India.

Huge disappointment to Pakistan!!!

Pakistan had begun swelling its chest assuming that it is gaining power as China is with it. But now the whole scenario has changed. Rather calling it as a “mutual agreement to prevail peace”, we can say that China has failed to prevent India from becoming a superpower in Asia.

Nishika Ram