China does not desist from showing its tricks against India. For the past several months, China has been continuing tensions with India on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. Meanwhile, the intelligence report claimed that China has established an entire village close to Doklam near LAC. According to sources, China is working to increase military activity in this newly established village. Under this, reports of construction of military bunkers there as well as construction work for storage have also been received.
According to top sources, his strategy behind bringing his civilians from remote areas to settle along the Line of Actual Control is part of increasing their military infrastructure in the region. There are dozens of identical settlements with LAC, most of them falling in the areas of Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh.
China uses these villages in two ways as part of its integrated model. The first for civilians and the second for the army. Although some villages remain uninhabited. Nobody lives in them. Such villages are being used only for additional deployment of the People’s Liberation Army and to increase military infrastructure.
Chinese shelters have also been seen at Bumdro on the other side of Kameng. China has built 6 to 7 concrete huts at Bumdro near Domasongrong to provide facilities for their troops to stay during their patrol activity in the Mera La, Thag La and Yangtse regions. China has also constructed a road from Tirkangto Shivang La. This work is being done in the southwest direction from the upper part of Tirkang village. Two mobile towers have also been installed in Tirkang village.
Satellite photos of settlements are public. Reconnaissance towers have also been built for monitoring in these villages. Some villages have been connected by a four-lane road built by China. India has also adopted the policy of opening some locations near LAC.