Ladakh Faceoff: PLA puts up signage, China map on bank of Pangong Tso lake

Ladakh Faceoff: PLA puts up signage, China map on bank of Pangong Tso lake

PLA has created massive signage on the north bank of Pangong Tso lake in eastern Ladakh to claim it as Chinese land. India considers this area as its territory. Chinese PLA has occupied an almost 8 km of Indian land. Located between Finger-4 and Finger-5, the 80-metre-long signage is in the shape of inscriptions and is designed to be visible from the air and capable of being picked up by satellites. It consists of the Mandarin symbol meaning China with a map of the country. It seeks to deride India’s claim that the Line of Actual Control (LAC) runs north to south at Finger-8.
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