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It’d probably be better if the spies didn’t know they were being closely monitored.
It will be carma for China disputing resources owned by India at the border. I hope India tears them a new one if they do invade
Having done 0 research, I can safely say India's military is more sophisticated and maintained than China's.
If that were true Indian TV channels would be full of war propaganda by now.
India never went on war without being attacked first.
There is lots of mountainous terrain from west to east of China and moving troops thru from one border to near the Taiwan side border is a logistical challenge which would give India time to to make moves and capture areas China took illegally
It’s not exactly hard to spot it, I’d assume they’d assume they were always being closely monitored
I think this is a friendly warning to China rather than them wanting to catch China doing something aggressive and then having to respond in a more aggressive way than they'd like to. This is India trying to maintain the status quo, in my opinion.
First you have to actually be trying to remain concealed to "spy".
Spy is relative. It's not sneaky spy, but it doesn't have to be, international water is international and it's free to head where it wants and listen for those sweet, sweet signals. Lots of countries have similar platforms.
Wouldn’t be surprised if China is trying to make moves in Sri Lanka when the situation is chaotic there, however using a spy ship would be strange. I’m gonna guess spying on Indian rocket launch too, as previously mentioned.
China will colonise Sri Lanka moving forward. They will throw money at them to make them feel safe and civil again while taking ownership of everything then slowly move in massive amounts of chinese citizens.
That's funny because India has been throwing money at Sri Lanka recently.