history of india-china war: 62 new Chinese claims on war, attempt to change history, 60th anniversary of 1962 India-China war

A recently published revised history of the Indo-China war of 1962 on a Chinese website is attracting the attention of international observers. In this 8000-word article, an attempt has been made to establish that it was not an invasion of China but an invasion. In other words, it was just action taken in response to the attack by India. Obviously, this is part of China’s propaganda campaign, under which it presents itself as a peace-loving country that has never attacked or infiltrated anyone’s territory. One thing with this campaign is that it has come to the fore in the backdrop of the military skirmish in Galwan Valley and secondly, real history has been thrown on its head in such a way that it is difficult for any thinking person to digest it. not possible for It has come to the fore with ‘revised history’, Chang Xiakang, daughter of former military commander General Chang Gwohuwa. However, leaving aside other things, first of all, if the assumption is taken that China is a peace-loving country, then a look at the recent developments only shatters its worries. China scuffles with Britain on the question of Hong Kong, Australia on trade, Japan on the issue of ownership of the Senkaku Islands of the East China Sea, America on the show of military power and South East Asian countries on the question of control over the South China Sea been doing.

Obviously, this cannot be a sign of a peace loving country. As far as the new perception being created about the 1962 war is concerned, the things said in this article and the facts given in it are testimony against it. It claimed that Mao had called a meeting of his close political and military allies and said that if we counter-attack, we can probably resolve the border dispute and in response, General Chang Guohuwa assured him that yes. Chairman, we can definitely win. The question is whether any country that has been subjected to an attack has enough opportunity to discuss, plan and retaliate after being sure of victory in the meeting? However, evidence-based details exist of the 1962 war, which question the credibility of such new claims. These details definitely show that the then leadership of India did not take the interest it should have in resolving the border dispute. Due to this an atmosphere of suspicion and mistrust was created and the situation worsened.