The ongoing tension between India and China has entered a new phase after the Indian army has offered the Chinese army to fight the Pakistan army instead.
“Yes, we ran the numbers, and it would appear that we’re punching above our weight here,” said Ajay Kumar, Union Defence Secretary. “We have formally written to the Chinese government that were the tension on the Sikkim border not resolved, we would like for the Indian Army to fight the Pakistan Army instead of the People’s Liberation Army.”
“We haven’t gotten word from them yet but we hope that they will respond to our request,” he said.
“I would like to qualify here that this offer extends only to the Pakistani army,” he said. “We are not offering for the Indian Air Force to fight the Pakistani Air Force, because, again, punching above our weight there. Our offer is for the IAF to fight the Bhutan Air Force instead.”
Upon being informed that the Kingdom of Bhutan does not have an air force, Kumar said, “yeah, that’s about right, then.”