The great movement of Dagon on the borders of India, Nepal and China, will drive the flow of water in this way. China is building a new dam in Tibet near the LAC which will affect the flow of the river in India and Nepal
Satellite images have shown that China has advanced the construction of military and other weapons in the eastern and western parts of the LAC.
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India And Nepal and sugar near three border crossings, Ganges China in Tibet on a new river Dam making. With the help of this dam, China will be able to control the flow of water down the river. This has been revealed from new satellite images. This is happening downstream of the Yarlung Zangbo River near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Tibet. China is currently working on a plan to build a “superior” dam. This river flows as Siang in Arunachal Pradesh and then Brahmaputra in Assam.
This also comes at a time when satellite images have shown that China has greatly contributed to the construction of military and dual-use weapons and villages in the east and west of LAC. Satellite images posted Thursday by Damian Simon, a geospatial technology researcher at Intel Labs, show Chinese activity and destruction along the Mabja Zangbo River in Tibet’s Burang County since May 2021.
It is clear from these satellite images that the water of the river has been stopped and something like a dam is being built here. The Mabja Zangbo River flows like the Ghaghra or Karnali River in Nepal before it joins the Ganges River in India. Simon said the dam is located a few kilometers north of China’s border with India and Nepal.
Simon said that according to new satellite images, the dam appears to be 350 to 400 meters long. “The structure is under construction, so its purpose is unknown,” he said. He said: “The airport is being built nearby. It looks like a dam.” People familiar with the matter said the dam is located on the China-India-Nepal border opposite the Kalapani region of Uttarakhand state. It can be used to divert or stop the water of the Mabja Zangbo river.
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