Opinion | Decoupling with China: Inevitable, but has a price tag
Currently, there is no alternative for India but to develop its own capabilities
Over the last one week and more, public opinion, both globally and nationally, has grown against China. While the eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation between the armies of the two countries continues along the Line of Actual Control, or LAC, bordering Ladakh, domestically India has begun to tighten the screws on supply chains rooted in China. The sombre and angry mood of the nation was visible at the widely attended funerals of soldiers martyred in the bloody face-off with Chinese troops in Galwan valley. The country is speaking in one voice: decouple from China.