China keeps taking one action or another in LAC, which prevents the normalisation of relations. Normal relations with China cannot exist without peace in this country. The LAC tributary of the Ganges has a dam being constructed by China, as seen in the satellite image.
Chinese construction of a new dam on a Ganges tributary close to its boundaries has been captured on satellite pictures in Tibet. In the eastern and western sectors of LAC, China has quickly begun building military structures, infrastructure, and settlements. The pictures were posted on Twitter by Damien Simon, a researcher in geospatial intelligence at Intel Labs.
On the LAC, China is building a dam!
As may be seen in the image, China has been building infrastructure along the Mabja Zangbo River in Burang County, Tibet, since May 2021. The dam is being built there. Before joining the Ganges in India, the Mabja Zangbo River enters the Ghaghra or Karnali River in Nepal.
What is the purpose of the dam?
Additionally, water can be stored behind a dam, and when it is released, it may produce flooding downstream. The Mabja Zangbo River’s water can be restricted or diverted using it. The dam looks to be 350–400 metres long based on satellite photographs.
What is China’s big plan?
Its claim to the land near the disputed boundary is being strengthened, according to experts, who think this move is intended to do. China has constructed dozens of communities throughout LAC. His intention is to strengthen the medications by doing this. Similar issues in the northeast have been brought up by China’s construction of a number of minor dams on the Yarlung Zangbo River. A “super” dam project is being developed in China.
On LAC, violent conflicts occurred
Nathu La Pass: China didn’t launch an attack on Sikkim’s Nathu La Pass until five years after the 1962 conflict, in 1967. The soldiers from both countries engaged in this battle for nearly 20 days. At that time, Indian soldiers were using wires to map the border from Nathu La to Cebu La. In this combat, over 400 Chinese men perished.
Tulung: Arunachal Pradesh, Assam Rifles personnel were on patrol (1975). China attacked in the meantime. Soldiers from India responded to China’s action in kind.
Tawang: Li Jiniang was in charge of China in 1987. China was getting ready to follow the expansionist course. The soldiers of the two nations engaged in combat in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh, as a result.
Doklam: The mountain of Doklam is where the borders of China, India, and Bhutan converge. 300 Indian soldiers prevented China from constructing a road on June 18, 2017. Following this, the dispute persisted at this location for about 75 days.
Galvan: In Ladakh’s Galvan (2020), Indian and Chinese armies engaged in a bloody battle on June 15. 38 Chinese soldiers were killed during this brutal conflict, which lasted for roughly 8 hours. China, however, officially acknowledged the deaths of 4 soldiers.
Tawang: On December 9, 2022, Indian and Chinese soldiers engaged in combat in Tawang. In this, 6 Indian soldiers have suffered injuries. 20 Chinese soldiers were reportedly hurt during this brutal clash as well.