espite the harsh winters, the Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh seems to be adamant to continue with the ongoing standoff along the LAC.
As per a report by India Today, satellite images suggest that Beijing has also continued the same stance all along the Indo-Tibet border.
The latest satellite images clearly indicate that China has yet again stabbed the international community in the back, especially Bhutan, by grabbing further land along the Amo Chu river.
India Today’s OSINT team investigates the progress at these PLA incursions critical to Indian forces in Eastern Zone through the latest satellite images.
During Doklam, India had drawn certain red lines and conveyed them to China expecting the PLA never to cross them.
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The latest satellite imagery provided by Maxar Technologies dated October 28, 2020, clearly shows that China has built a bridge across the Amo Chu river.
The bridge located approximately 400m south of the new Pangda Phase-I village is about 40-45m long and about 6m wide.
The bridge with at least seven piers and eight spans connects eastern and western banks of Amo Chu river, effectively crossing the Indian red line.
Earlier, India Today had reported the existence of such facilities along the Line of Actual Control region months before the stand-off between the two sides began in May 2020.