On an examination of the documents, most impartial observers will come to the inevitable conclusion that the RSS was right about China and the Congress was wrong.
There is naturally an urge to avenge the death of our soldiers. However, India has a lesson to learn here from China.
The core issue is that there is no agreed LAC today as both parties have failed to exchange maps; this leaves the space for Beijing to create problems.
In a way, Galwan was the prelude to the 1962 India-China War.
After the war, Nehru realised SPP Thorat was right in his predictions. But it was too late.
The question is whether the government can afford to allow few hundred thousand Indians to be killed in a war.