Satellite images suggest that China has built bunkers in the Himalayas in an area disputed with India

China would have built bunkers and even a small village next to a river in a border area of ​​the Himalayas disputed between the Asian giant, India and Bhutan, according to images obtained by satellite and revealed by the local TV network NDTV.

“There has been significant construction activity throughout this year in the Torsa river valley with construction of roads, as well as military storage bunkers near the Doklam area“said the Maxar company, whose satellite has captured the images, in a statement.

The Doklam plateau is a disputed area where the borders of China, India and Bhutan meet, where the first two already had clashes in 2017.

“Step by step, they have changed the the state in the rest of Doklam, including the construction of permanent structures and roads and even setting up villages on a plateau that was uninhabited until three years ago, “said Brahma Chellaney, an expert in strategic affairs, in statements to the aforementioned medium.



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