India-China dispute: China is adamant on its insistence in many areas along the Line of Actual Control (LAC). India is continuously rejecting their false claims. So far no result has been achieved, when will the war stop.
new Delhi | The deadlock on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) between India and China remains stable even after violent clashes in the eastern Ladakh’s Galvan Valley. It seems that China is not willing to accept through negotiations. In such a situation, if media reports are to be believed then there has been a situation like war on the border. The armies of the two countries stand face to face on many frontiers of the border. Meanwhile, there are reports that China is now going to train its soldiers in martial arts. For this a trainer is being sent to the border.
Why Martial Arts?
According to the BBC, 20 martial arts trainers are being sent to Tibet. Explain that martial art is an old art of war. It is commonly used for self-defense. Under the 1996 agreement between India and China, the soldiers of the two countries do not use weapons on the border. Also, throwing ammunition is also not allowed. It is being said that China may use martial arts along the Line of Actual Control in the coming days.
Training will be done in Tibet!
According to Chinese state TV channel CCTV, 20 instructors will be sent to Tibet from Inbo Fighter Club to teach martial arts. However, there is no official statement from the Chinese military on this. Various forms of martial arts have also been included in the Olympics and after South Korea, China has also dominated the sport.
China dose not agree to the talks
Recently, 20 soldiers of India were martyred in a violent skirmish in the Galvan Valley. Let us tell you that China is adamant on its insistence on many areas along the border. India is consistently rejecting their false claims. In this case, no result has been achieved so far. Several rounds of talks have been held with China in Beijing and Ladakh. India has said that China should take the first place.
Waht is Martial Art ?
Martial arts is the coding of many systems and traditions of practice such as self-defense; Military and law enforcement applications; Contest; Physical, mental and spiritual development; And recreation or preservation of the intangible cultural heritage of a nation.
The country of origin of martial arts is India, it is an art learned by Buddhists from the point of view of security, which could not be promoted in India due to Aryans but in China many people learning this art met and they Worked on art. Today this art is known all over the world.
Although the term martial arts is associated with the combat method of East-Southern Asia, it originally referred to the war systems of Europe in the early 1500s. The word is derived from Latin and means “art of Mars”, the Roman god of war. Some authors have argued that fighting art or fighting systems would be more appropriate on the basis that many martial arts were never “martial” in the sense of being used or created by professional warriors.
खबरों के लिए इस न्यूज़ को ज्यादा से ज्यादा शेयर करें और अपडेट्स पाते रहें।