India put up a network of infrastructure to surround the dragon on the border with China. India Laid Infrastructure Grid To Surround The Dragon On China’s Border, Jinping’s Move Failed

Road construction in Ladakh region bordering China (File) - India TV Hindi

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Road construction in the Ladakh region bordering China (File)

New Delhi. To besiege the dragon on the border with China, India has set up such a huge infrastructure network in the past 8 years that even China has been stunned. Seeing the surveillance and preparations of the Indian army at the border, China’s courage to infiltrate has also begun to respond. A great and vivid example of this is that India repulsed the Chinese army at Galvan in June 2020 and Tawang in November 2022. None of China’s tricks to capture and infiltrate the Indian side are succeeding now. In such a situation, Chinese President Xi Jinping is now under stress. We tell you now that during the Modi rule, India has prepared such a huge infrastructure on the border of China, seeing that even the dragon has started having convulsions.

16 crossings opened in record time to monitor the border

Amid the 33-month border standoff in eastern Ladakh, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar said on Wednesday that India is clearly focused on rapid infrastructure development along its northern borders with China over “strategic reasons”. Jaishankar told a group of reporters that work began last month on the strategically important 135-kilometre Chushul-Dungti-Phukche-Demchok highway in the Ladakh region. Jaishankar reported that 16 major crossings necessary to maintain troop deployment along the border with China have been opened in record time and much earlier than in previous years.

Roads made twice as fast

Some mountain passes along the border areas in Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim and Ladakh are closed due to heavy snowfall during the harsh winter months. Explaining the government’s priorities, Jaishankar said that between 2014 and 2022, 6,806 km of highways were built along China’s borders, almost double the 3,610 km built between 2008 and 2014. Regarding the construction of bridges in the border with China, said the total length of the bridges built from 2008 to 2014 was 7,270 meters, while between 2014 and 2022 it increased to 22,439 meters.

Tunnel under construction at a height of more than 13 thousand feet in Tawang
Jaishankar said that we have focused on rapid infrastructure development along the northern borders with China for obvious strategic reasons. He said that with the construction of the Sela Tunnel on the Balipara-Chardwar-Tawang highway at an altitude of 13,700 feet, the Indian Army would have all-weather connectivity to the Line of Actual Control (LAC) near Tawang. This is a big blow for China. It consists of two tunnels, the first is 1,790 meters long and the second is 475 meters long. The tunnel construction is expected to be completed in August 2023.

When completed, it will be the world’s longest two-lane tunnel at an elevation of more than 13,000 feet. The Minister of Foreign Affairs also referred to the adoption of new technologies for the construction of infrastructure in difficult and high-altitude border areas. Jaishankar also highlighted various connectivity projects with neighboring countries including Nepal, Bangladesh and Bhutan.

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