Satellite Photos: Chinese Army Trucks, Camps, Base on LAC

The Chinese Army has built Base constructions at LAC in Galvan Valley. Similarly, the Red Army base of China is visible in the Konka Pass. Despite the two countries agreeing to retreat, China is not deterring fraud. On the contrary, China preached peace accusing India of skirmishing in Galvan.

A day after agreeing to repel forces on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh, China’s Defense Ministry and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs have blamed India for the clashes in the Galvan Valley in a new diplomatic move. 

“We hope that peace and stability in the border areas will be maintained,” said Wu Qian, a spokesman for China’s defense ministry. India took unilateral action along the border which led to violence. Qian said the Indian side has full responsibility for the conflicts on the Indo-China border. The violence in Galvan Valley has been caused by the unilateral incitement of the Indian side and the violation of mutual consent between the two sides. “

Chinese Camp Base in Galwan Valley
Image Credit: Hindustan Times

“China and India are important neighbors of each other, so maintaining peace and tranquility in the border area is in the common interests of both sides and this requires joint efforts of both sides,” Wu said. “The Chinese military is increasing the ground level training to prepare for war as the coronavirus subsides,” he said. The PLA’s Tibet Military Command recently conducted live-fire drills in the plateau areas. Through this, the combined combat capability of the soldiers was tested. This drill is being done regularly and is not against any other country. 

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Earlier, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian alleged that the Indian side violated bilateral agreements and international rules. 

China has infiltrated the Indian claimed territory not only in eastern Ladakh but also in northern Ladakh. Although nothing has been said from the army, the satellite images in the media clearly show that the presence of the Chinese army has been seen in the Depsang sector.

Here he has done some permanent construction and also put up tents. Along with this, two roads have also been built. The presence of Chinese troops has increased near LAC, after which India has also increased its troops.

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After the bloody conflict in the Galvan Valley, negotiations are going on at the military and diplomatic level to reduce tensions with China, on one hand, this new disclosure creates concern.

Sources say that these photos are from the month of June and after this, the Indian Army has also increased its presence in that area. Indian security forces have a large presence there. According to the sources, the Depsang Sector Daulatbeg is in the east direction of Oldi and this is the northern region of Ladakh.

This area is strategically important. LAC is not clear even in Depsang and India and China have their claims about this place. It is an area of ​​about 20 kilometers.

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The forces of both countries patrol in this area but under the previous agreements no one is allowed to build permanent construction but China has violated the construction tax agreement.

It also obstructed the path of the patrol. Sources say that in recent times, the way of Indian patrols in this area was obstructed by China.

However, these events date back to 22 June. Let us tell you that in the Lt. General level talks on 22 June, it has been agreed to reduce the tension from the places of confrontation in East Ladakh, but this is a new front of confrontation. Increasing sources of Chinese troops also say that Chinese military presence near LAC is continuously increasing.

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However, they exist only in the Chinese region. Defense experts have expressed concern when China is talking about peace on one side and why it is increasing its military presence on the other side.

Defense expert Ajay Shukla has claimed in a tweet that after the Galvan Valley conflict, the number of Chinese armies has increased by 30 percent.