Satellite images show villages established by China near Doklam

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High-resolution satellite imagery obtained by NDTV confirms that China may be building at least two large, interconnected villages in Bhutan’s territory. These are located less than 30 km from the Doklam plateau, where India and China had a tense standoff in 2017 when Indian troops physically blocked Chinese road construction activity. Since then, China has bypassed Indian positions to resume road construction activity from another axis, just nine kilometers from the Doklam face-off site. It has also produced at least one complete village, which was first identified by NDTV in November 2020 with satellite images. (courtesy: satellite image @2021 maxar technologies)


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