The Chinese news media, the Chinese army has shipped tens of thousands of tons of military equipment and vehicles to Tibet since tensions between China-India on 16 June boom.
According to the PLA Daily, The Commander of the Western front, the unit overseeing the situation in the region of Xinjiang and Tibet as well as solve the problems related to border disputes with India, has a large volume of shipping military vehicles and equipment to the area south of Kunlun mountains in northern Tibet.
Active transport of weapons China conducted from late last month and the continuous equipment was transported to Tibet by both rail and road.
Meanwhile, on 17 July, CCTV reported Chinese military conducted a firing exercise in Tibet. rehearsal venues located not far from where the Army Central-Indian are still engaged in the Doklam plateau, border fork area between China, India and Bhutan.
Significantly, the PLA Daily said no active transport of this weapon is intended to serve firing exercises or for any other reason.
Military commentator in Shanghai, said Ni Lexiong, a determination to act to transport large amounts of military equipment and vehicles seem to cater for the possibility of military confrontation between the forces of central India. This action is also aimed at forcing India to sit at the negotiating table.
“Diplomatic negotiations will be conducted after it has prepared a military plan,” said Ni said.
Earlier, share with the South China Morning Post (SCMP), military commentator in Beijing, said Zhou Chenming said: “the Chinese army would like to display the military strength ahead of India”.
Expert studies South Asia at the International Research Institute in Shanghai, said Wang Dehua to active military and the scale of shipping military equipment to saw, China can easily defend the western borders.
“The process of transporting military equipment is just logistics operations. China wants to prove to the logistics operations for the Tibetan region now can take place very much easier than before, “said Wang shares.
Comment after a statement by Indian Defence Minister Arun Jaitley on the “India now is not the time in 1962,” said Wang also stressed: “China now also has different than in 1962”.
Although the 1962 border war between India and China has won military advantage but due to logistics activity too difficult, China was forced to withdraw and unilaterally declared a ceasefire.
Also according to Mr Wang, Chinese army, now have “easy movement of soldiers and equipment for frontline thanks to improved infrastructure, many including Qingdao railway-Tibet and the new route connecting Tibet with the rest of China.”