Beijing said that when the Indian troops moved to China-controlled area and tried to dismantle a tent camp in the Galwan Valley known as Patrol Point 14 by the Chinese forces, the deadly clash started.
At least one analyst, however, aroused suspicion of the images.
“It seems to me to be a large camp, as they looked at where someone was camping,” said Manoj Joshi, a distinguished member of the Observer Research Foundation, a New Delhi-based think tank.
Ruser showed that satellite photos analysis has increased from three to 46 Chinese troops and vehicles within one kilometer of the border since May, and on the Indian side this number has dropped from 84 to 17.
Tensions continue throughout the LAC despite the agreement between military leaders on abuse of the situation after the June 15th incident.
China said this week India will be fully responsible for the conflict after Indian troops have crossed the LAC in violation of an earlier agreement.
“It was surprising that Indian troops explicitly violated the agreement, broke their promises and passed the LAC on 15 June to provoke the Chinese side,” Chinese Defense Ministry spokesman Wu Qian said on Wednesday. Said. “When Chinese troops came to negotiate, they were suddenly attacked by Indian troops, which led to a physical war between the two sides and caused losses.”
The Indian Foreign Ministry said on Thursday that China has provoked fatal conflict.
“So far there have been Chinese actions that have led to increased tension in the area and also to face violent confrontation on June 15,” he said.
The ministry said that China has been forming forces in the region for more than a month: “At the center of the issue is that the Chinese side has been gathering in a large unity and arms community throughout the LAC since May.”
Maxar satellite photos released this week show that China is putting a tank company and artillery units into a camp north of Gogra. Another important base was demonstrated on the Kongka Pass.
In an analysis published before the latest satellite photos were released, Ruser had not previously demonstrated that such photos showed that Chinese troops regularly passed LAC on patrols – even if it was not at the point of the June 15 conflict – on the territory of India, thousands of Chinese troops were not proven.
However, India said that after starting to set up new positions in the Galwan Valley in May, China has moved about a thousand troops to the region.
Joshi said that China changed its tactics in the region only from patrolling controversial areas to occupying them.
“Now the Chinese seem to show that this is where LAC should lie. It is no longer a place where you are patrolling, it is a place you have.
The valley, which is part of a region where China is part of Xinjiang and where India is requested by Ladakh, is draped in the snow with freezing temperatures even in summer. The average altitude, which is at a high position in the Himalayas, is 4,200 meters, almost doubling the altitude at which altitude sickness begins, which means that any person in the region must be exposed to a boring, gradual climate or have a disability headache, nausea and fatigue.
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