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Hindi – Chini Bhai Bhai Again

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The Chinese  got thoroughly disheartened after realizing that even if they come 100 km inside India, the Indian public will still not get over this intrigue called IPL and give them even as much as a second look. Couple this with a total lack of reaction from the enemy and it was no longer any fun staying in India any longer. Therefore the Chinese have decided to go back again, they can come again anytime they wish anyway.

It was a huge intelligence failure from the begining. The People’s Liberation Army greatly underestimated the general apathy that Indians can show to anything which doesn’t need a bat and ball or anyone whose name doesn’t end with a Khan. Since their History is highly controlled, they seem to have failed to take any lessons from the past.  When body bags draped in tricolor were coming back en-masse from Kargil, India was too occupied with the fours and sixes in the Cricket World Cup going on in UK. Only when the World Cup ended (with a defeat), did they realize that there was a war raging on their frontiers.

Can there be a bigger shame for a invader to have their grand invasion totally ignored? So next time, the Chinese will try  an incursion when the IPL season is not on. On the other hand; in a masterstroke, the Indian government will make sure  that IPL happens every summer because the Himalays can take care of the affairs during the winters by themselves. Actually Winters are the only times when the borders are really safe because then the Indian establishment is not given a chance to commit another Himalayan blunder by its enemies.

To a related development, the Indian army has withdrawn from their own lands. They realized that it will be better to go and watch IPL in their bunkers than shed blood for a nation which just doesn’t care.

Hindi – Chini are Bhai-Bhai again …

So who won today ? MI or CSK ?

Image Courtesy: Manoj Kureel ( twitter.com/manojkureel )

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  • Ha ha ha. That is nice satire … reality too

    • EternalRebel

      What to do? Since we are a joke in this world, we will need to laugh on ourselves 😛

  • Vishal Kale

    Great Satire… Mazaa aa gayaa

    Just one inaccuracy. We did not withdraw from our own territory… as regards the bunker we abandoned – this was created after the incursion. it was not a normal military feature. To ensure a withdrawal to prior-held positions this had to be abandoned. This is also as per established diplomatic and international parleys. The issue is a non-entity; the real issue is what are the defensive measures that are being taken?

    • EternalRebel

      Thanks Vishal. We can just write sattire because if we get even a little direct, they will come and arrest us under IT laws.

      The withdrawal is a matter of perspective. The fact is, where the bunkers of the two sides existed, India calls the place its own territory and the Indian Army abandoned these. Though we may claim it was a dimplomatically ok thing, we ended up making fools our ourselves.

      • Vishal Kale

        Only the rich can afford to take on their bosses… similarly, only those who are battle ready should take on a stronger entity. Hence, a return to prior-held positions is actually de-escalatory; and gives us time. Nations usually have bilateral agreements on these matters, and this includes how far back should the defence forces be placed. Any movement beyond the norm – even within owned land – is escalatory in diplomatic parlance. We have a crystal clear record in this matter – that gives us soft power. This decision enhances our mature approach, and gives us time to prepare. Real issue is how do we use that time? That is of greater import. Reality is that given the terrain and our historical focus on Pakistan, MacMahon Line is not as well covered by the Armed Forces. The Chinese are ahead of us – far, far ahead of us. At this time, a military confrontation would have been dangerous. They are better prepared on all points of defence preparedness – weapons, mobilization ability and speed, logistic support, air cover, etc etc

        • True, as Dinkar had said, “Kshama shobhti uus bhujang ko, jiske paas garal ho, usko kya jo dant heen, vish heen, vineet, saral ho”

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