Satellite imagery shows China building up military presence in Galwan Valley days after deadly clash with India

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New satellite symbolism from the contested fringe region of the Himalayas among China and India shows proof that China has been developing its military nearness after a conflict there that left 20 Indian soldiers dead not long ago.

The two nations’ military authorities consented to withdraw their powers in the Galwan Valley locale in the domain of Ladakh after the June 15 assault. However, late pictures from June 22 show new Chinese fortifications, tents and capacity units that weren’t beforehand there in prior in the month, Reuters revealed.

This June 18, 2020, satellite photo released by Planet Labs, shows the reported site of a fatal clash between Indian and Chinese troops in the Galwan River Valley in the Ladakh region near the Line of Actual Control, BKalong their disputed border high in the Himalayas. (Planet Labs via AP)
This June 18, 2020, satellite photo released by Planet Labs, shows the reported site of a fatal clash between Indian and Chinese troops in the Galwan River Valley in the Ladakh region near the Line of Actual Control, BKalong their disputed border high in the Himalayas. (Planet Labs via AP)

The pictures from space innovation organization Maxar are dated around the same time that China and India agreed since the fierce encounter.

Indian Army authorities in New Delhi said the satellite pictures presently can’t seem to be confirmed, as per reports by Tribune India.

In any case, India asserts that China’s structures are their ally of the Line of Actual Control – an outline that the two nations have battled about for three decades.

China has said it controls the whole domain in the Galwan Valley and that it was incited by Indian soldiers, setting off the latest conflict.

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