China scared after Doklam controversy! Doubled the number of its air defense bases, heliports at LAC

New Delhi: China has started construction of at least 13 completely new military bases along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) after the Doklam standoff of 2017, including three air installations, five permanent air defense bases and five heliports. . This is said by the global security advisory body ‘Stratfor’ in its report. The report also said that construction of four of the new heliports started in May after the recent deadlock in eastern Ladakh. Also Read – China: Sentenced to 18 years imprisonment to those who criticized Xi Jinping

It said, “The Doklam standoff of 2017 appears to have changed China’s strategic objectives and has more than doubled the number of its air installations, air defense bases and heliports along the Indian border for the past three years.” Has been doing.” Also Read – Australian journalist claims, China wanted to detain my daughter, was threatened

This report, written by security expert Sim Tac, was released on Tuesday. It says that China’s construction campaign with future military capability will cause long-term regional tension with India. Also Read – Indian Army feat in Ladakh, 6 new peaks captured, condition of China battered

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