Dhaka, Banglaesh || Wednesday, 15 July 2020 || 31 Asharh 1427
China builds 16 camps on Galwan’s Indian territory
Published : Sunday, 28 June, 2020 at 1:33 PM, Count : 22

China builds 16 camps on Galwan’s Indian territory

China builds 16 camps on Galwan’s Indian territory

The new satellite image of the Galvan Valley has caught a change again. The latest satellite image collected by Indian media NDTV shows the presence of army tents covered with black triples on the banks of the Galwan River. It is believed that these camps on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) belong to the People's Liberation Army of China.

The location of at least 16 Chinese camps within 9 km of the LAC have been captured by satellite. After the deadly clashes on June 15, it proved that the Chinese have not moved from their position but have become more one-sided. These photos were taken on June 25 and 26 by Planet Labs.

A June 22 satellite image found a Chinese-made concrete structure in Galway. This time the picture of the covered army camps in new black triple were found, which were not there earlier. This means that China is increasing its military deployment near LAC.

Meanwhile, the Indian Army is ready for all kinds of bad situations in East Ladakh.

According to Anandabazar Patrika, 45,000 troops, T-90 Bhishma tanks, and surface-to-air missiles have reached there. Air surveillance systems also have been installed. But Delhi's military policy is not an aggressive move in itself. However, keeping in mind the bad situation, arrangements should be made so that there is no shortage of equipment.

It may be mentioned that 20 Indian soldiers were killed in a clash between the two armies on the border of Ladakh on June 15. Later, a high-level meeting between the two countries was held to calm the situation. But even then there is no sign of a return to peace.



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