Chinese Village New Satellite Images: China is not deterring its antics. New satellite images indicating the construction of a village in China to the east of the Doklam Plateau on the Bhutan side have surfaced. This area is considered very important for India’s strategic interest. These pictures have been taken by the company MAXAR. MEXAR focuses on intelligence issues in space technology.
The Doklam tri-junction was engaged in a 73-day standoff between the Indian and Chinese military in 2017 when China tried to expand a road in the area claimed by Bhutan.
New satellite images reveal China’s antics
New satellite images are indicating that China is also setting up another village in the Amo Chu river valley, which is now almost complete. At the same time, China has started the process of building a third village in the southern region. The foundations of 6 buildings are also visible in the pictures. Apart from this, work is also going on fast for many other constructions.
Car at the door of every house in the village
NDTV has shared the pictures taken by American company Maker. MEXAR focuses on intelligence issues in space technology. Photos taken by the maker showed a car parked at the door of every house in the village. However, there was no immediate comment from the army on the new pictures.
China is not deterring from its antics
The media report said that there is a clean all-weather carriageway next to the village, which is seen as part of land grab in Bhutan. This road can give China access to a strategic ridge in the Doklam Plateau. Let us tell you that Bhutan shares a border of about 400 km with China.