Two months after the Galwan Valley clash which left 20 Indian soldiers dead in eastern Ladakh, the India Navy has dispatched one of its front-line warships to the South China Sea to send a clear message to China.
“We have deployed a front-line warship in the South China Sea region where the Chinese have been opposing and complaining against the presence of Indian warships,” top government sources told Aajtak and India Today.
Few weeks earlier Indian Air Force also have deployed Tejas Fighter Jets along with Pakistan border following to Galwan Valley clash with China.
The Indian Navy warship is constantly maintaining contact with their American counterparts who were operating on the other edge of the South China Sea, much to the chagrin of China.
The Indian Navy warship deployment in south China sea has inflamed the Communist China government. In one round of diplomatic talks between India and China, the Chinese side complained about the presence of the warship in the disputed region.
While deploying its Indian Navy warship in the South China Sea region, was very clear message to China in view of the rising hostilities in the eastern Ladakh sector there was the possibility that the Chinese have to stop encroaching Indian land.
The Indian Navy warship deployed in South China Sea all along the Indian Ocean region especially the Malacca Straits where the Chinese enter the Indian Ocean region for going towards other continents.