China Sets Up 3 Villages Near Arunachal Border, Satellite Image Confirms

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China Sets Up 3 Villages Near Arunachal Border, Satellite Image Confirms

China has constructed at least three villages about five kilometres from the Bum La pass close to the tri-junction between India, China and Bhutan in Arunachal Pradesh, NDTV reported.

The boundary has been disputed by China and the setting up of new villages in the area is being seen as a Chinese step towards restating its territorial claims along the border with Arunachal Pradesh.

The new satellite imagery showing these three new Chinese villages near the Arunachal Pradesh border comes just a week after high-resolution satellite images appeared of a Chinese village construction reportedly inside Bhutanese territory.

Reportedly, these villages being constructed in Shannan’s border county is said to have access to water, electricity and internet.

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