India has rioted again. This time modi has poked a hole in the sky

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Source: a bad potato (id:iamhtd)

There is another riot in once again in India

On the 17th, more than 500 protesters gathered at a railway station in the Indian state of telangana. They set fire to railway facilities. A number of trains set fire to the sky

They also threw stones at the police, and finally the police started looting, causing violent clashes.

At the same time, protesters in Bihar ignited 60 train cars and blocked highways for hours.

By the 18th, more than 350 trains in India were shut down.

According to the latest news, the riots have spread to 10 states including Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.

In response to the riots, India sent out a large number of military and police. In Uttar Pradesh alone, 250 people were arrested and 400 unidentified people were investigated.

India is prone to violence. Why this time?

The last Indian riot was a year ago. Modi wanted to carry out agricultural reform and cancel agricultural subsidies to landlords and middlemen. As a result, nearly 300000 Indian “peasant insurgents” besieged the Indian capital New Delhi under the instigation of capital. The Indian government stood by and mobilized 100000 troops to build new delhi into a solid fortress.

However, India’s “peasant uprising” spread like a raging fire and became bigger and bigger, sweeping across most of the country. Finally, the Indian government had to compromise and give up.

Modi has learned a profound lesson: any reform must face the crazy counter compensation of vested interests

In fact, no matter how well modi’s series of laws are implemented, he is still a politician with ideas.

Modi always wants to carry out reform in India, because after all these years, India still has poor infrastructure, slow industrialization and poor living standards

Especially this time, without reform, India is really out of money. It can’t afford to buy the world brand armaments and pay its debts.

Over the past two years, India has become poorer and poorer. Capital is willing to go to Vietnam, but also unwilling to go to India

India often ignores international rules and extorts from foreign investors. Well, you can’t think that India’s light needle is against Xiaomi. India is an investor of all countries. It dares to rob and is not trustworthy to all countries.

In the global business environment, India ranks 134, which is no better than Africa. Microsoft, HP, Google, Yahoo, Samsung, etc. have all suffered heavy losses in India, and have all been hit by Indian tax.

The less money India has, the more difficult it is for manufacturers to invest in India and the more unruly it is;

The more unruly India is, the fewer people come to invest.

Even now, India is still an agricultural country, exporting grain. In May, India’s trade deficit actually reached 24.2 billion US dollars. If this continues, let alone Russia’s 50% discount on its oil, India can’t afford to pay 10% discount

Therefore, if we want to reform, we must reform.

This time, modi chose to reform the army, because the army can spend too much money.

In 2021, India’s military spending will reach US $76.6 billion, accounting for 2.6% of GDP.

What is the concept of this number?

In 2021, China’s military spending will be $293billion, accounting for 1.6% of GDP;

India is not only the third largest military expenditure in the world, higher than Britain, Russia and France, but also accounts for nearly half of our economy.

Although our expenditure is high, we have a lot of research and development, high-tech equipment and dumplings. It is easy to understand that we spend so much money.

In 2021, the gross tonnage of our newly commissioned warships was 170000 tons, but India only commissioned 16000 tons last year, less than 10% of ours;

In addition, India almost never engages in research and development. It always buys ready-made products, that is, there is no fixed investment

As the third largest military power in the world, where does India spend its money?

Most of India’s military spending is spent on military salaries and pensions, which is more than five times that of other countries.

Because India’s military service system is a wonderful flower, which is different from all countries.

In almost all normal countries, conscripts perform military service for about one to three years.

For example, the length of military service in China is 2 years, that in Russia is 1 year, and that in the US Army is 2 years

Well, the length of Indian military service is 17 years, so Indian soldiers can serve from the age of 20 to the age of 37. The upper limit of Indian military service is 26, and the maximum can serve until the age of 43.

Therefore, the average age of Indian soldiers today is 32, which is the oldest in the world. You should know that Chinese soldiers have basically retired by the age of 22

What would anyone like to do with a wonderful Indian flower who has served for 17 years?

The reality is that Indians break their heads and rush to become soldiers.

According to the news, Indian soldiers are usually very old, which is really old, but the height of Indian soldiers is generally not low, because millions of people in India compete for tens of thousands of places every year, one in a hundred.

Therefore, the minimum height requirement of Indian soldiers is more than 1.7 meters.

Why do Indians rush to become soldiers? Because being a soldier in India is similar to the treatment of our civil servants, and even much better.

First, the salary is high. The salary of ordinary Indian soldiers, converted into RMB, is between 2600 yuan and 3400 yuan. At the same time, it also includes various social security and welfare.

Once you become an officer, your salary will be higher. When you reach the rank of lieutenant, your salary will be about 4900 yuan, and when you reach the rank of major, it will be more than 6000 yuan

You may think that this salary is not much, but the average salary of Indians is only 1400 yuan.

By comparison, it is definitely a good job to be a soldier in India.

A stable 17 year iron rice bowl, guaranteed food and housing, various welfare subsidies, 2-3 times the average wage, and there is room for promotion. Of course, Indians have to become soldiers even if they break their heads.

Secondly, India is not only well paid to serve as a soldier, but also has a generous pension after retirement.

India pays nearly US $20billion in soldiers’ pensions every year, accounting for about a quarter of the military expenditure, which has become a heavy burden on the Indian government every year.

In this way, how can we still have the money to buy equipment for all nations and build warships? When we have no money, naturally the aircraft will fall from the sky.

But the Indian government loves this account, but once Indians calculate it, it is really cool.

The maximum service limit for Indians is 26 years old. They can get married and have children when they are around 20 years old. They can become soldiers when they are 26 years old. With high income and high benefits that are three times the average wage, they can easily support their family. They can work in an iron rice bowl until they are 43 years old, and then they can retire and get a pension

The average life expectancy in India is 63 years, and they can take another 20 years.

Indians laughed so hard that they couldn’t close their mouths. Once modi settled the accounts, how much would it cost? His teeth itched.

Then came the worse. In India, such a good welfare package and such a good job naturally formed a tangled interest chain.

Another wonderful thing about India’s military service is that it is similar to our “military household system” in the Ming Dynasty.

This system means that India has been recruiting soldiers from certain designated regions or ethnic groups for a long time. As a result, families have become soldiers for generations in some regions.

In the early days, India did this because there were too many ethnic groups and too many separatist forces, so it designated more conscription in some aggressive places to stabilize places. For example, Sikhs in Punjab occupied a dominant position in the army.

Sikh, originally an independent country called Sikh Empire, was defeated by Britain and became a tribe of India.

Because they always want to be independent, and the Sikhs are tall, they have become the key source of troops in India.

Sikhs account for 2% of India’s total population, but their proportion in the Indian army has reached an astonishing 15%.

You may ask, the ethnic minorities in India, such as the Sikhs, originally wanted to rebel. Wouldn’t it be easier for them to rebel and split if they became soldiers?

That can’t be!

You think so because you don’t know India. Indian obedience is the best in the world.

In the British colonial era, India had threeorfour British soldiers for a long time, commanding hundreds of thousands of Indian troops. Indians were always obedient. As long as they were paid, it was easy to say anything.

Not only that, during World War I, hundreds of thousands of Indian troops fought in Europe and Africa under the command of the British. Although their fighting power was strong, they were highly obedient and never thought of rebellion

In fact, the same is true today. Given the quota of Sikhs to serve as soldiers, Sikhs will stop fighting.

As a result, India has formed a solid military family phenomenon because of long-term conscription in certain fixed areas.

One in a hundred is an iron rice bowl. The recruitment authority is too large. Up to now, it is a variety of hidden rules.

Lao Tze became a soldier and managed his relationship well. His son also became a soldier.

Lao Tzu was an officer, and his son was an officer, so he was inherited from generation to generation.

Who becomes a soldier or not is a matter of one word for officers.

So, to sum up, India’s enlistment is:

High salary, iron rice bowl, long-term employment, early retirement, high welfare, hereditary system

You said it was good. Didn’t it show respect for the soldiers?

Well, apart from India, no country dares to do this. Whoever does this has no combat power.

India is not a modern country until now. When it became independent, it changed the governor from British to Indian.

The same is true of the army. Before India’s independence, hundreds of thousands of Indians took part in World War I, which seriously delayed the British and made the British regret

Whether Indians can fight after independence, er, we are persuasive.

In 1962, the 40000 people’s liberation army defeated 300000 Indian troops and moved towards New Delhi. Among them, the combat team composed of three people’s Liberation Army members, including pangguoxing, captured India’s artillery positions, leaving behind the classic saying that “the enemy not only does not surrender, but also dares to fight back at me”.

At present, the fighting capacity of one PLA is basically equal to that of seven or eight Indian soldiers on the China India border.

In the battle of Wanhe Valley, commander Qi only took 10 officers and soldiers to resist the Indian army, followed by about 70 reinforcements. He beat the 600 invading enemies into a rout, fled with his head in his arms, and left a large number of crossing lines and casualties, which made them pay a heavy price.

Who in India wants to work hard for such a good job of providing for the aged;

Therefore, every time there is a border dispute, it is especially easy to catch prisoners of war. When they are captured by the people’s Liberation Army, they still have hot food to eat. What a good thing to put them back and continue to serve iron rice bowls

With such a huge military investment and such a huge fighting capacity, modi looked at the eager straight tooth flower.

As a result, the latest reform came out, and modi withdrew from the new military service system of the “road of fire”.

According to the latest policy, the Indian army will no longer recruit long-term professional military personnel.

The Indian army will recruit short-term soldiers through the annual plan. The contract period will be changed from 17 years to 4 years. These soldiers are called short-term contract soldiers by the Indian army, so they will no longer enjoy various benefits such as pensions, health care and educational resources.

After the end of the four-year military service, about 20% of the conscripts can be converted to contract soldiers for long-term service, and the soldiers who are discharged from military service go back to their homes. Of course, the Indian government will pay a lump sum allowance.

Modi said he hoped that in this way, the average age of Indian soldiers could be reduced to 26 in six years.

As soon as the policy came out, it was amazing. Modi really poked the hornet’s nest this time.

For the young people in Punjab and other big military States, the iron rice bowl that they had originally thought of has become a temporary worker.

India has 1.45 million troops. Modi is equivalent to destroying more than 1 million iron rice bowls one after another.

But this is not the most important thing. What is important is that the military family, which has been formed for hundreds of years by relying on the army for a long time, will completely lose the opportunity to make a living. It also means that the military family system, which has controlled the army for a long time, will be destroyed.

How can these vested interests endure?

As a result, there was the scene we said at the beginning. Nearly 10 provinces organized riots, especially in major military provinces. The riots became more violent

Are these riots organized?

Of course, just like the peasant uprising a year ago, the big middlemen with vested interests contributed money and effort to organize the peasant uprising in cities to interrupt modi’s path of change.

A year ago, modi only offended the interests of the grain middlemen. This time, it was the interests of the military family who were stronger and better organized.

If it doesn’t, it won’t make sense.

Does modi’s reform work for India?

Of course, it’s useful. Otherwise, India can’t afford the armaments of all countries. Moreover, even after the reform, more young people will join the army, which will be more mobile and selective. The army’s salary is also between 2589 yuan and 6031 yuan, which is also very attractive

Thankfully, modi’s reform is likely to fail.

Because any reform will be opposed by those with vested interests who have money, power, public opinion and can mobilize all forces to oppose the reform.

Sure enough, the Indian media made a lot of criticisms on this, and one voice sounded very reasonable:

It used to be that our soldiers were in the army between the ages of 20 and 37. At the age of 37, there was a state pension. Now you let them retire from the army at the age of 24. In India, retirement is unemployment, and this number will increase every year in the future. These youths who have received violent training will make the whole India more unstable

Opposition voices also began to appear. Indian Parliament leaders said that such reforms would kill Indian youth and end the Indian Army

In short, there are various objections to modi.

Therefore, Gandhi’s grain reform a year ago failed. This reform will still follow the old path.

In a few years’ time, the Indian army will still be an old family dish between the ages of 30 and 40.

In other words, any reform will touch the vested interests. India can’t even land acquisition. How can we reform the army.

Western style democratic governments have no ability to carry out reform. Only authoritative governments can innovate themselves.

India has been a mess since it was discovered by Britain. In fact, 60 years ago, India had an opportunity to change its destiny. The Nehru government may move from a democratic government to an authoritative government. Unfortunately, in the war of 1962, India was defeated and abandoned its armor, thus losing its national fortune.

Modi is also well aware of his weakness. Therefore, he has been inciting populism and wants to establish military merit and establish his own authority to promote reform.

Unfortunately, what they want to provoke is the brave and loyal Chinese people’s Liberation Army!

So, Modi, don’t reform. You can’t change it anyway. Just stay at ease for a few years. You can’t change it anyway. Isn’t the iron rice bowl fragrant? Why do you offend others.


Why bother?

The most important thing is that you have reformed, and we still say that:

The enemy not only refused to surrender, but also dared to fight back at me!

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