China Builds A Village In The Disputed Area Of Arunachal Pradesh: Reports
According To The Latest Reports, Satellite Visuals Show China's Newly Build Village In The Low Key Area Of Arunachal Pradesh. The Village Is Apparently Build In The 4.5 kms Within Indian Territory Of The De Facto Border
China has contracted a village in the remote area of Arunachal Pradesh and the village has now around 101 houses according to reports. The satellite visuals showcase the newly build Chinese houses in the Indian territory at the de facto border. The village is located on the banks of the Tsari Chu River.
According to a latest report by NDTV, the village has been constructed on the eastern range of the Himalayas, wherein Indian and Chinese soldiers confronted each other in their deadliest clash in decades. The village is spread over approximately 4.5 kms within Indian territory in the Upper Subansiri district. Over the analysis of same images, dated 1 November 2020 experts confirms that the construction is real. And these Chinese houses in the Indian region is a matter of huge concern for India.
Breaking: China has constructed a new village in Arunachal Pradesh, 4.5 kms within Indian territory of the de facto border, consisting of about 101 homes, satellite images show, reports @ndtv. pic.twitter.com/1ZK77XKZMG
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For the unversed, over 20 Indian soldiers lost their lives after a violent clash with Chinese troops at the Galwan Valley last year. Post this millions of people in India called for a ban on the Chinese products.
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