This time China’s intention became clear from the satellite image. Pictures have surfaced in two places where construction is underway. They are not far from Kalapani-Lipulekh, the areas with which India-Nepal tensions are now raging.
This time in the eyes of the Red Army, Uttarakhand’s Lipulekh, where the borders of India, China and Nepal have merged. In satellite imagery, it is clear that China is working to improve military technology.
The Hindustan Times first reported that a Chinese battalion was being formed near Lipulekh. This time China’s intention became clear from the satellite image. Pictures have surfaced in two places where construction is underway. They are not far from Kalapani-Lipulekh, the areas with which India-Nepal tensions are now raging. The expert who provided the photos claimed that China was building a missile launch site on the shores of Manas Lake.
Part of the ongoing #IndiaChinaFaceOff mapping effort with @SimTack, GEOINT research of Gar County, Tibet, south of #Pangongtso reveals the full extent of #China's troop deployments to the AOR, suspected to either resupply or respond to potential issues arising from the dispute. pic.twitter.com/64c5aWd49n
— d-atis☠️ (@detresfa_) August 21, 2020
Indian media reports suggest #China has been actively deploying troops near the #India–#China–#Nepal tri-junction border area, an initial investigation reveals additional infrastructural upgrades ongoing in the area supporting the claims #IndiaChinaStandoff pic.twitter.com/Nr0wXiL99X
— d-atis☠️ (@detresfa_) August 20, 2020
The Red Army is engaged in this work in the tri-junction area amid the conflict between China and India in Ladakh. The two areas where the Chinese army is building and building infrastructure are just 100 kilometers from the Kalpani-Lipulekh area. Nepal raised questions about the ownership of the region soon after the construction of a road with scripts to reach Kailash Manas Sarovar. They say it’s their place, they also present new maps. Although that objection was not taken seriously.
The picture shows Chinese building more infrastructure at an army barracks in Gar County, Tibet, 180 kilometers from Pangong Lake. There are helipads and army barracks so that people can be sent from here in case of any disturbance.
But as China escalates tensions on the border, so does the Indian military. It can be said that the script will not be untouchable there either.