PLA puts up new controversies , China map on bank of Pangong lake to claim it as Chinese territory
After truly involving a just about 8-km stretch of what India considers its domain on the north bank of Pangong Tso in eastern Ladakh, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has now made a gigantic signage in the region to guarantee it as Chinese land , China map on bank of Pangong lake to claim it as Chinese territory.
Situated between Finger-4 and Finger-5, the 80-meter-long signage is looking like engravings and is intended to be obvious from the air and fit for being gotten by satellites. It comprises of the Mandarin image meaning China with a guide of the nation. It looks to criticize India’s case that the Line of Actual Control (LAC) runs north to south at Finger-8.
“It plainly shows the PLA has no expectation of leaving the region at any point in the near future. We, as well, have counter-prepared with extra Army and ITBP troops in the territory since May for any projection. We need reclamation of business as usual bet, with the PLA pulling back to its unique position,” an authority said here.
PLA officers have fabricated many strongholds, pre-assembled cottages, dugouts and pill-boxes in the wake of possessing the ‘Finger-4 to 8’ (bumpy spikes isolated by a separation of 8 km) territory on the north bank of Pangong Tso in a gigantic union since early-May. They have likewise assumed responsibility for the close by statures and ridgeline to command the territory, as was prior detailed.
PLA has also strengthen its position to the south bank of the lake in this region as their planning is still there to encroach the Indian lands by snatching, and there army bully.