New Delhi: China has allegedly installed mobile towers in the Chushul area along Leh district of Ladakh’s .
Chushul Councilor Konchok Stanzin claimed in a tweet that three mobile towers had been set up near the Indian hotspot, close to Indian territory.
“After completing the bridge over Lake Pengong, China has installed three mobile towers near the Chinese hot springs, very close to the Indian subcontinent. Isn’t that a concern? There is no 4G facility in 11 villages of my constituency, ”Stanzin said in a tweet.
Earlier, China had built a bridge over Lake Pangong in Ladakh.
Stanzin said the towers could be used to observe and detail Indian territory.
He also claimed that China was “rapidly developing infrastructure” along the border.
Urging the government to retaliate equally against China’s move towards development, Stanzin alleged that in most of the border villages, India does not provide 4G internet service.
“In my constituency, 11 out of 12 villages do not have 4G internet facility. We should take it seriously. We are lagging behind in communication facility. We have only one mobile tower while on their side, they have nine towers. Yes, “he said.
In February this year, Minister of State for External Affairs V. Muraleedharan told the Lok Sabha that China was building a bridge over Lake Pangongin areas that have been under Chinese illegal occupation since 1962, adding that the Indian government ۔ Never accepted this “illegal” occupation.