Pakistan today said that Doval’s offensive defense and double squeeze policy to make India a regional hegemon will never succeed. The offense defence and double squeeze policy of Doval’s was visible during the surgical strikes that India carried out across the Line of Control following the Uri attack.
Does every disputed territory become China’s? This was the retort by National Security Advisor Ajit Doval when he discussed the Doklam standoff with China’s state councillor Yang Jeichi.
Will the Valley fall silent? It would soon as there is a multi dimensional approach adopted by the Government to ensure that peace returns for good at the Kashmir Valley. There is no doubt that Pakistan will continue to be an irritant always, but the government is working to ensure that it is no longer a threat.
Stung by the National Investigation Agency in the Hurriyat terror funding case, its leaders are now looking desperately for legal help. This is for the first time that the Hurriyat leaders are seriously looking for legal help as they have realised the case against them is a water-tight one.
One can expect a series of meeting between India and China in the days to come following the visit by National Security Advisor Ajit Doval. Meetings between the two foreign secretaries is also a possibility soon. The stage would however be set for the visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi who will take part in the BRICS summit between September 3 and 5.
The visit by India’s National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval to China may have not yielded any immediate solution to the Doklam standoff, but it has ensured a cool off period. The ice was broken after weeks of tensions between the two countries.
The possibility of a further diplomatic outreach was the highlight of the meeting between India’s National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and his Chinese counterpart Yang Jiechi amidst the Doklam standoff.
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval arrived in China to attend the BRICS summit amidst the Doklam standoff. He is expected to hold talks with China’s State Councilor Yang Jiechi to resolve the issue.
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval is in China for the BRICS summit and is expected to raise the Doklam standoff with his counterpart. The NSA has a set agenda and all are on this visit as the tensions between the two countries is expected to come down.
China continues to send out mixed signals to India on the Doklam issue. Two days ahead of the visit by National Security Advisor Ajit Doval to China, the Global Times has called him as the ‘main schemer” of the Doklam standoff.