CDS Gen Bipin Rawat on Thursday gave a clear message to China that India will not succumb to any pressure to protect its borders. General Rawat, referring to the ongoing deadlock from China in eastern Ladakh, said that India would stand firm to prevent attempts to change the status quo on the northern borders. Not only this, India has proved that it will not succumb to any pressure to protect its borders. 

CDS Gen Bipin Rawat said on Thursday - India has been standing firm on the northern borders. India proved that it would not bow down to protect the borders. General Rawat also said that India has been able to stand firm and gain the support of the international community to prevent attempts to change the status quo in the border region.

General Rawat said in the Raisina Dialogue that he (China) tried to change the status quo by using subversive technologies without using power ... He (China) thought that India would take the pressure Will lean forward but I think India stood firmly on the northern borders and proved that it will not bend. 

Recently, the US had considered the Chinese army's intrusion into disputed areas of the Indo-China border last year very serious. A US intelligence report said that despite the withdrawal of forces from some points of border confrontation, there was a lot of tension between the two countries. Not only this, such explosive situations have been created between the two countries after decades.