Blocking of Indian Army Patrolling…
China's obstruction in DBO area after Galvan valley

Despite all the efforts of India, China is not deterring its activities on the border. He is constantly fighting with India on the border. After Pangong Tso and Galvan Valley, China has now blocked the Indian Army's patrolling in Daulat Beg Oldi area. He is putting a barrier between Daulat Beg Oldi area between 10 to 13 patrolling points. China has set up camps near Daulat Beg Oldi area and Despang sector. The stir has intensified in China base near Daulat Beg Oldi and Despang sector. According to sources, camps and roads have been built near China base. This has been revealed from the satellite images of June.

At the same time, the Indian Army has also increased the deployment of troops in Despang area. Sources told Aaj Tak that China wants to encroach on the area near the Karakoram Pass. He wants a route to his highway to Pakistan and Europe, which passes through the Shenzhen region through Indian territory. China's intention is becoming clear about this. He told that China in Daulat Beg Oldi sector is trying to make it difficult for India and stop patrolling.

Sources also said that China has also built a road near its base so that heavy vehicles and artillery can be easily reached near PP15, PP17 and PP17A adjacent to LAC. Earlier, there was a confrontation between India and China in the Galvan Valley and Pangong Tso. There was also a violent skirmish between the army of India and China in the Galvan Valley, in which 20 soldiers, including Colonel Santosh Babu of the Indian Army, were martyred. It is being told that about 40 Chinese soldiers were killed in this violent clash. However, China has not released any official data on the death of its soldiers.