New Delhi: China has been increasing its military presence along the border, despite the withdrawal of all tensions. Satellite images show that there are more than 10,000 soldiers in the area.
Chinese troops have launched at the Patrol Point 14, where the encounter took place this month. China’s foreign ministry said yesterday that the Galvan valley is not India. Following the indifferent comment, the number of troops on the banks of the Galvan River has increased dramatically. According to satellite footage, the number of soldiers in the region is over 10,000. Hundreds of trucks and military vehicles are parked alongside them.