Indo-China Border Row: Road Construction By Chinese Military Proved By Satellite Images
Satellite images that show road construction and Chinese military resources at Indo-China border are published by US-based space technology company.
United States-based space technology company, Maxa Technologies has published satellite images which show road construction and Chinese military resources at the disputed border area between India and China. The satellite image shows the exact location where Indian and Chinese troops clashed with each other on June 15, this year, leading to the death of 20 Indian Army personnel and 35 Chinese PLA (People’s Liberation Army) security personnel. The US-based space-tech company has released other high-resolution photographs of the site near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) as well.
The image is also an overview of Patrol Point 14, just ahead of the point where Shyok and Galwan rivers meet. It is at this strategic point that soldiers from the Bihar regiment removed the Chinese observational coast. The violent face-off is a part of the ongoing standoff between the two countries over the disputed border row. It was reported in early May that Chinese troops had entered the Indian territory and had set up tents close to the Galwan river.
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