China is building a dam in Tibet near India’s border, satellite picture surfaced – न्यूज़लीड India

China is building a dam in Tibet near India’s border, satellite picture surfaced

China is building a dam in Tibet near India’s border, satellite picture surfaced


China is not deterring from its antics. China is building a dam in Tibet near India’s border, which can be a matter of concern for India.

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oi-Ankur Singh

Published: Sunday, January 22, 2023, 9:38 [IST]

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China is continuously progressing the construction work on the Indian border at a rapid pace. Now China is rapidly building a new dam close to India’s border in Tibet. China is building a new dam on the banks of the Mabja Zangbo river in Tibet, which is a matter of concern not only for India but also for Nepal. The satellite picture of the construction of this dam has also come to the fore. This new dam is 16 km north of Tri Junction. Please tell that Mabja Zangbo comes in Nagari County of Tibet, which falls in Ghaghra river in India through Nepal and later joins Ganga river.

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On January 19, on behalf of Intel Lab, Damien Simon shared the satellite picture in a tweet and told that the construction of the dam is going on here. It can be seen in the pictures that this activity is going on since May 2021. It has been said in the tweet that from 2021, China is building a dam on the Mabja Zangbo river here, which is just a few kilometers away from the Tri Junction on the border. Although this construction work has not been completed yet, but this project will strengthen China’s control here in the future.

It cannot be denied that after the completion of the dam, China will deploy its troops here. China can use this dam close to the border near the river to strengthen its claim in the disputed area. The Brahmaputra River, known in Tibet as the Yarlung Zangbo, originates in the Himalayas in Tibet, enters Arunachal Pradesh in India, passes through Assam to Bangladesh, and drains into the Bay of Bengal.

In the year 2021, China had announced that it is going to build a giant dam in Yarlung Zangbo. Here he will produce 70 GW of electricity. It is three times bigger than the Georges Dam in China and will be the world’s largest hydropower plant in terms of capacity.

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China is building dam in Tibet near to Indian border.

Story first published: Sunday, January 22, 2023, 9:38 [IST]



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