China has developed couple of deadly weapons against India, its not nuclear weapons, but it’s trapping India’s neighboring countries and spying

The Doklam defeat was not just a setback to the Chinese but also a major embarrassment to them in the world platform. That’s why the rattled dragons are trying to hit out at India with a massive plan and we can say that if not paid proper attention, then it might prove deadly to the Indians as it will have long-lasting effect on India, perhaps for the next few decades.

Yes, the Chinese are conspiring to launch a dastardly attack on India in two major ways. Firstly, trap all the neighboring nations in the debt and secondly, spy on India using those nations. To add to the fear, the Chinese have been working in both the ways in rapid speed.

Dragons are setting up base in Sri Lanka to keep an eye on India!

The main purpose of setting up base in Sri Lanka is to keep an eye on the India’s naval deployment in the Indian ocean. With this move, China intends to track all the moves of the Indian Navy. To be precise, we can term this move of the dragons as a secret spy station to monitor the Indian Navy.

The Radar station is proposed to be established at Ruhuna University, on the southern coast of Sri Lanka, next to Dondra Head. The sources have also confirmed that it is a High-Frequency Short Wave radar station with a range of 180 km towards the Indian Ocean and a coverage of 120 degrees.

To give a cover to this espionage, the Chinese had said that the radar station would be used for oceanographic studies but now the reports has exposed the lies of Chinese that had said the Sri Lankans that “ship tracking” abilities could happen in the near future.

The intelligence report has clearly specified that “It is assessed that the oceanographic surveys being undertaken by the Chinese ships for collecting vital hydrological and bathymetric data, which would be valuable for submarine deployments and operations and undersea combat”.

WATCH!!! China Is Spying On India

China is planning to choke India by trapping India’s neighboring countries!

China knows it very clearly that it can’t defeat India in a full-fledged war as there are many nations that will support India at the times of war. That’s why the dragons are conspiring to defeat India without even firing a single bullet.

The analysts have exposed another massive plan of China to grab the land of the neighboring countries of India. The think tank based in Washington, D.C named Center for Global Development, warned India that “debt traps created by China through BRI would increase India’s political cost to deal with such neighbouring states”. The report also said that “eight countries including Maldives, in India’s neighbourhood, and Djibouti, which hosts the lone Chinese military base overseas, are particularly at risk of debt distress based on an identified pipeline of project lending associated with BRI”.

How this plan works out for China?

The Chinese gives loan to economically backward nations, surrounding India, for various projects including infrastructural projects at very high-interest rates. But if the nation fails to repay the loan amount, then the Chinese gets ownership of the project and the land.

The land will be used to target India in the long run. Shockingly, India could do nothing about this.

The report also added that,

  • Yet, important questions arise on sustainable financing of the initiative within BRI countries, and how the Chinese government will position itself on debt sustainability… And when the creditor itself is a sovereign, or has official ties to a sovereign as do China’s policy banks—China Development Bank (CDB), the Export-Import Bank of China (China Exim Bank), and the Agricultural Development Bank of China (ADBC)—these challenges often affect the bilateral relationship between the two governments.
  • It remains unclear the degree to which BRI, a Chinese-led bilateral initiative that seeks to employ some multilateral mechanisms to achieve its financing goals, will be guided by multilateral standards on debt sustainability.

Source: Economic Times

Hansika Raj