China is constantly engaged in conspiracies against India. According to a media report, it is now preparing to build a new highway on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) so that it can strengthen its strategic position. This information has been given in the ‘South China Morning Post‘ to be published in Hong Kong. The report says that he has settled in the village in Doklam. According to new satellite images, cars are parked at the doors of almost every house in the town. This village is 9 km away from the place where the Indian and Chinese armies had a face-off in the year 2017.
New highway in the proposed 345 construction plans in the national program
According to a report, the new highway is included in 345 construction plans proposed in China’s national program. It will travel from Lhunj County in Tibet to Majha in Kashgar in the Xinjiang region. The program aims to build 4,61,000 km of highways and motorways by 2035. Draggle also wants to infuse its economy by investing in infrastructure, and it is engaged in creating such structures for this purpose.
Lhunj County is a part of Arunachal Pradesh.
The Lhunj County is a part of Arunachal Pradesh. This has also been said in media reports. At the same time, China claims this place (Lhunj County) to be part of South Tibet. According to the report, under the plan released last week, this highway will be known as G-695 and is expected to pass through Kona County. This area falls just north of the LAC.
There is no official reaction to the news yet.
Sikkim borders Kona County, and Gyrong County is near the border with Nepal. This proposed highway will also pass through Burang County and Janda County of Ngari province, located between Tibet, Nepal and India. According to the report, some part of Nagari province is occupied by India. This news has come in Hong Kong media. However, no official response has come to the fore on this.
Reports surfaced amid attempts to resolve the standoff in eastern Ladakh.
The report of China’s plan to build a new highway on the LAC comes at a time when India-China have tried to resolve the ongoing standoff in eastern Ladakh that has been going on for more than two years. India has often said that it keeps an eye on every activity of China. So far, the countries have held 16 rounds of talks to remove the troops in Ladakh.