Srinagar, March 13 : After successive attacks in Ladakh region, Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) troops have been spotted at forward posts along the Line of Control (LoC) on the Pakistani side of Kashmir, ringing alerts in the security matrix.
The Army has spotted vicinity of senior PLA authorities at the forward posts inverse Nowgam area in North Kashmir after which a few captures of Pakistani armed force officers recommended that the Chinese troops have come to make some framework along the LoC, sources aware of present circumstances of advancements said today.
Armed force has authoritatively kept up complete hush on the issue however have been always upgrading different insight offices about the vicinity of PLA troops along the Line of Control, the sources said.
The PLA troops were initially seen in the later part of the most recent year and following the time when their vicinity was seen inverse Tangdhar area too. Around there, Chinese government-claimed China Gezhouba Group Company Limited has been building a Jhelum-Neelum 970 MW Hydel power venture.
The hydel task is being implicit reaction to India’s Kishanganga power venture being inherent Bandipore of North Kashmir. The Indian undertaking is intended to redirect water from the Kishanganga River to a force plant in the Jhelum River bowl and will have an introduced limit of 330 MW.
Development on the venture started in 2007 and is relied upon to be finished for the current year.
The captures likewise recommended that Chinese PLA would be delving a few passages in Leepa Valley, situated in Pakistan-involved Kashmir (PoK), to construct an all-climate street which will serve as a backup course of action to achieve Karakoram Highway.
The visit by PLA authorities is seen by specialists as a component of Beijing’s 46 billion dollar China-Pakistan-Economic Corridor (CPEC) under which Gwadar port in Karachi is connected to Chinese Xinjiang territory through Karakoram parkway, a range under illicit control of China. .