Hindu India as before will go along with the Military Junta in Burma. – Simranjit Singh Mānn
The Tribune Dated 18 February, 2021
Comments by Simranjit Singh Mann: Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) states that this is a satisfactory Article by Mr. Parthasarathy but like the Hindu Indian state, the author is not ready to condemn the Military rule after disbanding a democratic Government.
The Military takeover by the Generals after the visit of Hindu India’s Army Chief MM Naravane and Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla appears that this unsettling democratic tradition, as our party has pointed out earlier, has something to do with BJP- RSS Premier Narendra Modi’s Foreign policy.
The Hindu Indian state building the Sittwe port in Burma appears to be a fool hardy step as the greater influence of Communist China will use this port for its naval influence in the Indian Ocean, as does the Port of Hambantota in Sri lanka. The ports of Sittwe, Hambantota , Karachi, Gwadar and one in the Gulf form a string of ports for Communist China’s PLA to encircle the Indian Sub-Continent. Now the author should reconsider his happiness in lauding Hindu India’s diplomacy. The Andaman Islands are immediately endangered by the Sittwe port and the one in Bangladesh.
So from the Hindu strategic point of view we would think that since the Hindu Indian state came into being in 1947, it has no Military view of Communist China entering the warm waters of the Indian Ocean through these ports. Giving one submarine to Burma by the Hindu state does not make Military sense as in times of a clash this very submarine will be used against the Hindu Navy.
We do not see any reason that Communist China which has stepped into Ladakh would in any way curb the activities of likes of NSCN (K), NSCN (IM), ULFA, Mizo and Manipur Militant groups from being aided by the PLA and the Burmese will naturally over look these groups attachment with the PLA.
Our party has never supported the genocide of the Burmese Government in tandem with the BJP- RSS Union Government of the Muslim Rohingas.
As per our party’s thinking Military rule supported by Communist China in Burma, will not brook any interference by the UNSC or the G – 7 Group. Therefore, Japan and Hindu India would rather be in favour of the Military rule and we do not think that these two countries would do anything to upset the Military Junta. In the past the Hindu state has for reasons of its security continuously supported Military rule in Burma. The author has presented a very naïve picture of Military rule in Burma and there is a lurking suspicion that this Military coup took place after the visit of the Military Chief and Foreign Secretary of the Hindu state.
Facta non Verba.
Simranjit Singh Mānn,
Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar),
facebook page: @sardarsimranjitsinghmann