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Shocked by the successful test of Agni-5, China said - we are not afraid of anyone

India successfully test-fired the Agni-5 missile on Monday, joining the ranks of the leading countries with intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs). This is being considered as a warning to China and Pakistan. China could not digest the successful test of India's Agni-5 missile.

China has been stunned by the successful test of India's indigenous ballistic missile Agni-5. Dragon considers this a major achievement for India in the defense sector, but at the same time he is saying that he is not afraid of any country or its weapons. China's displeasure can be gauged from its recent statement, in which nonsense is being said about Arunachal Pradesh as well.

India yesterday successfully test-fired the Agni-5 missile, joining the ranks of the leading countries with intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs). The missile is equipped with Multiple Independently Targetable Re-entry Vehicle (MIRV) technology. This achievement of the country has been considered as a warning for China and Pakistan by the western media. China cannot digest this.

Chinese experts called it aggressive

A news published in Global Times said that India has test-fired Agni-5 missile, which has a range of up to 5 thousand km. Chinese experts have described it as aggressive. It also states that the successful test of Agni-5 indicates that India has achieved a new achievement in the field of long-range weapons. Qian Feng, director of the research department of the National Strategy Institute at Tsinghua University, said the Western media considered China to be India's imaginary enemy. That is why India's objective is said to be missile coverage over China.

China said that we are not afraid of anyone

China experts say China is adamant that it develops military technology, including strategic weapons, for the country's defense and sovereignty. It has no intention of engaging in an arms race with India or any other country. Qian Feng said that of course we are not involved in an arms race, but we are not afraid of any country's weapons or its so-called military pressure.

The same was said about Arunachal Pradesh

China is also upset with PM Modi's recent visit to Arunachal. After the PM's visit last week, China raised objections, New Delhi dismissed all these Chinese objections. After Monday's Agni-5 missile test, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin called Zhangnan Chinese territory. It was said that the Chinese government never recognized Arunachal Pradesh. Even after PM Modi's visit, China made a similar statement, to which India gave a jaw-dropping response.

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