Satellite image captures Chinese conspiracy: Chinese army tents, machine papers found at border

BanglaHunt Desk: On the one hand, the whole country is in panic. On the other hand, over the past few days, the Chinese army has been gradually establishing bases near the Ladakh border. This is creating tension. That satellite image of the Chinese army tent near the Line of Actual Control came to light. That satellite image shows multiple tents of the Chinese army. The photo, which was recently released to the media, shows about 60 Chinese tents near the Galloway Valley. They are also believed to have some machine guns used in the war. More or less Indian Army tents are also seen in the area. Sources say at least 100 Chinese tents have been set up in the area in the past two weeks. A few days ago, news of Chinese troops being sent to Pangong Toso Lake and later to Galoyan Valley came to light. Meanwhile, Army Chief MM Naravan returned from Leh on Friday.

Recently, many Chinese boats have gathered on the east shore of the famous Pangong Lake in Ladakh. Surveillance has been stepped up by the Indian Army. Although the eastern end of the lake borders China, the western end is under India. China has objected to the fact that India has built a road there. The Indian Army is patrolling the 45 km border. China did not stop until it only increased the number of boats. Aggressive attitude is also expressed in the physical posture of the soldiers. Not only the Ladakh border, but also the inauguration of a short international road for the journey to Manas Sarobar in Uttarakhand. Nepal claims that parts of the road belong to India.

China also recently detained Indian troops and some ITBP jawans. But after a while they were returned, the weapons were also returned. According to media reports, the Chinese army detained the soldiers for a while. But it is not yet known why the jawans were detained.

Patrolling is going on across the 45 km border. Sources say the main source of India's border problem with China is around Pangong Lake. Not only did they increase the number of boats, they also had an aggressive attitude in their physical posture. This change in China's mentality has been seen since the end of April. Note that in 1999, when the Indian army was busy withdrawing the Pakistani army from Kargil, the Chinese army started patrolling the Pangong border area. It is not difficult to understand that it is purposefully motivated.

Controversy erupted not only over the Ladakh border, but also over the inauguration of a short international road to Manas Sarobar in Uttarakhand. Nepal claims that parts of the road belong to India.