Not far from the LAC, satellite picks up Chinese armour, artillery

Written by Man Aman Singh Chhina
, Arun Sharma
, Sushant Singh
| Chandigarh, Jammu, New Delhi |

Updated: May 29, 2020 6:56:19 am





Satellite images also show the presence of at least 16 tanks with a mix of infantry combat vehicles, though camouflaged. (File Photo)

As Delhi and Beijing turn to their working mechanism at the level of diplomats to reduce military tensions along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh, there’s evidence of the Chinese having deployed towed artillery and mechanised elements on their side of the LAC opposite the Galwan valley.

Highly placed sources told The Indian Express that a detailed analysis of satellite images has shown extensive deployment of towed artillery and mechanised elements on the Chinese side, bringing Indian deployments within striking distance.

Satellite images also show the presence of at least 16 tanks with a mix of infantry combat vehicles, though camouflaged. Flatbed trucks, excavator machines, dumper trucks too have been identified in the imagery, sources said, adding that these suggest permanent defences are being prepared by the Chinese in the area.

“Bunkers, troops on ground and machine gun emplacements can also be seen which may also show that the Chinese have been…

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