China's snowfall: A few steps away from Pangong Lake, the dragon is standing with deadly weapons, satellite photos revealed

China’s snowfall: A few steps away from Pangong Lake, the dragon is standing with deadly weapons, satellite photos revealed

It is clear from the latest antics of China that the dispute near the LAC is not over yet. Not only this, China has dug a deep ditch on this military base. Apart from this, heavy tanks have been deployed.

China built military base near Pangong Lake. Photo Credit: detresfa

China is not deterring its antics. Despite the standoff that has been going on for more than a year, his activities are going on near the LAC. The latest pictures taken from satellite have revealed that China has deployed its troops with deadly missiles and weapons just a few steps away from Pangong Lake in Ladakh. This is when it was agreed six months ago to withdraw the army from here and to patrol. (Chinese Army PLA forward base near pangong tso lake after India China disengagement)

China has now shifted its army from Finger 4 to Finger 8. In the pictures taken from the satellite, it is known that China has stationed its troops right near the area about which there is a dispute. According to the report of detresfa, a large number of Chinese forces are stationed close to Pangong Lake.

ditched, tanks deployed

It is clear from the latest antics of China that the dispute near the LAC is not over yet. Not only this, China has dug a deep ditch on this military base. Apart from this, heavy tanks have been deployed. Arrangements have also been made for the soldiers to stay.

more soldiers than before

According to US media reports, China has deployed more troops here than before. According to the information, about 15 thousand more soldiers are now deployed than the number of soldiers deployed during the Galwan violence. According to intelligence agencies, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China has gradually increased the number of its soldiers to 50 thousand in the last few months.

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