The Modi government has devised a massive strategy to fight China from land to sea. India is bringing together like-minded countries to give a befitting reply to China’s expansionist habits and has been successful to a great extent.
China has been isolated from India for unnecessary controversy. Many countries in the world, including the United States , have distanced itself from it.
The Communist Government of China has also now realised that it is difficult for India to stand up. In a way, China has acknowledged India’s dominance in the Indian Ocean, assuming its defeat, through an article published in the Global Times.
The article says that India enjoys unique geographical advantages in the Indian Ocean. China’s acceptance of Indian dominance amid the border dispute shows that the Modi government’s strategy against Beijing has proved effective.
‘India takes up the task’
The Global Times, the mouthpiece of the Chinese government, published an article on December 17 titled “India’s Changing Attitude to The Multilateral Mechanism for Global Ambition.” Written by Hu Shisheng, director of the Institute of South Asian Studies, the article said That India has taken the responsibility of planning a multilateral cooperation mechanism in the Indian Ocean. India enjoys unique geographical advantages in this region.
India bringing together the same thinking
Under the Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA), India is bringing together like-minded countries to give a befitting reply to China’s expansionist habits. In the past few years, India has increased the supply of food and medicine in the Indian Ocean region (IOR) from humanitarian assistance and disaster relief to the corona epidemic.
In the meantime, India has helped Maldeep, Mauritius, Madagascar, Comoros and Seychelles. India wants all countries to unite against China and is moving forward accordingly.
Preparing to be tackled on several fronts
The Modi government has devised a massive strategy to fight China at sea. Last year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi proposed the Indo-Pacific Ocean Initiative (IPOI), under which Australia, Japan and ASEAN group countries have expressed their willingness to work with India on issues ranging from maritime security to transport. In addition, work is also being done to teach Beijing a lesson on several fronts.