General Bipin Rawat said that India Should Be Alert About What China has to Offer

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CDS Bipin Singh Rawat on China-Pakistan: Chief Defense Chief (CDS) General Bipin Singh Rawat on Friday said that India is facing many external security challenges and most of all cyber. And there is China’s technological advancement in the space sector.

BANGALORE: Chief Defense Chief (CDS) General Bipin Singh Rawat on Friday said that India was facing a number of external security challenges and China’s technological advancement in cyber and space sector was the biggest. ۔ He was addressing a three-day meeting of the Indian Air Force, which was inaugurated by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the victory in the 1971 Indo-Pakistani war.

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“India is facing a number of external security challenges, including deep regional ties, a legacy of unresolved border disputes, a culture of competition and a weakening of India’s strategic position,” Rawat said. ۔

He said that India was also witnessing ground-to-ground strategic competition in the Indo-Pacific region, including the race for strategic bases in the Indian Ocean region and the growing number of ‘belt and road’ posts in the region by northern enemy China. Increases militarization. General Bipin Rawat said, “China’s technological progress in the cyber and space region is of the greatest concern.” He said the recent currency aggression incidents on the northern borders would continue to be the focus of China’s expansionist foreign policy, of which India must always be vigilant.

On the subject of Pakistan, the CDS said that the continuous organization of cross-border terrorism, anti-India rhetoric on social media and attempts to create social animosity within India should not “fill the trust gap” between India and this country. The ones are known. Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhary, Defense Secretary Ajay Kumar and Karnataka Revenue Minister R Ashok were present on the occasion. Pointing out how things have changed in the world since 1971, Ajay Kumar stressed the need to be “many times more” prepared to face today’s security scenario.

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