China is moving forward on the policy of building villages close to the LAC from Xinjiang to Bhutan. At the same time strengthening the two-utility infrastructure like military facilities and airports to keep pressure on India.
New Delhi. Indo-China tensions near the Ladakh border are still tense. Meanwhile, China is not stopping its negative antagonisms. China is trying hard to put pressure on India.
In this series, China is now settling villages near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and expanding military facilities. China is moving forward on the policy of building villages close to the LAC from Xinjiang to Bhutan. At the same time strengthening the two-utility infrastructure like military facilities and airports to keep pressure on India.
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The State Council Information Office released a new policy paper on the Tibet on the Tonomas region (TAR) released on Friday by FIS, the way China has built almost “moderate prosperity villages” along Tibet’s 4,000-kilometer border. Funding has been systematically provided for over a decade, much of which has been provided by L.A.C. Associated with.
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Tibet: Liberation, Development and Prosperity The policy paper, published since 1951, states that by the end of 2020, China will have better connected many border villages in remote areas of Tibet with highways and mobile communication systems in villages.
The Indian military is watching every negative move by China. Indian security agencies have gathered detailed information on a campaign to expedite the construction of border villages with the LAC from Xinjiang to Arunachal Pradesh. The work of houses and roads in these border villages is being completed at a fast pace even during the epidemic.
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An official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said, “We have received information about villages in Xinjiang and Tibet and in the eastern part of Arunachal Pradesh in the western part of the LAC.” Worryingly, China is developing villages in the eastern region to put pressure on Bhutan, leaving Bhutan to leave the Doklam area under pressure. “Bhutan is already under pressure to make a proposal with China, it can be taken advantage of. During the 25th round of border talks. At this time, no dates for talks have been set,” he said.
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The report said that many villages were found in the tri-junction between India, Bhutan and China. Now a new village has been found near Longju near Arunachal Pradesh, which witnessed the first conflict between India and China in 1959.
The policy paper states that TAR 118,800 km of highways have been constructed to provide access to all the administrative villages. Percent 84 percent of towns and 76 percent of administrative villages have direct access to asphalt and concrete roads.
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A number of feeder airports have been built, including Bamda Airport in Kamdo, Manling Airport in Ningchi, Shanti Airport in Zigazz and Gunasa Airport in Nagari, a newspaper report said. Many new airports are located especially near the border areas with India.
The Chinese authorities plan to build three more airports in Lunz, Tingri and Burang counties as part of an expansion project, including the construction of a second runway at Lhasa Gonggar Airport, people said.
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