China is already engaged in a longstanding border standoff with India. Now they have adopted a new trick and are building border guard villages near the border with Uttarakhand. These border towns with 250 homes are being built 11 km from the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
China is continuously making its different efforts to encircle India in LAC. india today According to a story published in Arunachal and Ladakh, after increasing the stalemate by the PLA, now China uttarakhand They are also trying to encircle India on one side. China is already engaged in a longstanding border standoff with India. Now they have adopted a new trick and are building border guard villages near the border with Uttarakhand. These border towns with 250 homes are being built 11 km from the Line of Actual Control (LAC). China has also been involved in the construction of some 55-56 houses about 35 km from the LAC adjacent to Uttarakhand, which remain under the supervision of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA). He alone has a plan to establish 400 villages in the eastern sector adjacent to the border.
China builds border defense villages 11km from LAC in Uttarakhand
Uttarakhand shares a 350 kilometer border with China. Emigration is observed in most border towns due to lack of livelihood opportunities. These towns are large complexes equipped with all services. The Indian military had previously said that it was monitoring the situation along LAC, which is the border between India and China.
India to build a 6 km long tunnel
A six-kilometre-long tunnel has been built between Bundi and Garbiang on the Ghatiabagar-Lipulekh highway in Uttarakhand to further facilitate access to the last border post at Lipulekh Pass on the India-China border, a senior BRO official said. to the ANI news agency. go bro said The contract for the study work of the tunnel has been awarded to ATINOK India Consultants. The company has started survey work and will submit its final proposal within a year. He said the Rs 2,000 crore project could start in four to five years. Brother The BRO has kept the Bundi-Garbiang border road single-lane in view of the proposed tunnel, while the rest of the section will be double-lane, it said. According to the Border Road Organization (BRO) official, the border highway completed in 2020 is being made double lane these days. He said most of the double lane work has almost been completed.
China is carrying out large-scale construction work.
In early April, the Indian military expressed serious concern over China’s massive construction in the Amo Chu river valley in Bhutan. Amo Chu is close to the strategic Doklam Plateau, from where India’s Siliguri Corridor is in direct line with China’s PLA. The images, obtained exclusively by India Today, show communication towers and the permanent residence of PLA soldiers in Amo Chu. Some 1,000 permanent military huts, as well as several temporary sheds, have been built in recent months to house thousands of PLA soldiers.
India-China relations deteriorated after the 2020 Galwan Valley confrontation in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed. The two countries have held several rounds of military talks to resolve border tensions with India, stressing that relations with China cannot be normalized until the border issues are resolved. Amid the standoff, China has tried to push a narrative that the situation in Ladakh is generally stable and the two countries should move towards normalization.