According to the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong, the work of mining is going on in Lync County, under the control of China.
China is working on a large scale mining in its area near the Indian border touching Arunachal Pradesh. It has come to know that China has got reserves of gold, silver and other precious metals. They can cost $ 60 billion (Rs 4 lakh crore). According to the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong, the work of mining is going on in Lync County, under the control of China. This area is near the Indian border.
It is notable that China claims its claim over Arunachal Pradesh. According to him, Arunachal Pradesh is a part of Southern Tibet. According to the newspaper report, China is strengthening its claim on Arunachal Pradesh through the campaign of mining. To exploit the natural wealth of the area, he is preparing infrastructure here, which can later be helpful for military use.
Here the case may be like the South China Sea. Where China first created the infrastructure, created artificial islands and after that deployed the army there to claim its claim on the ocean.
There are also large reserves of oil and gas under the South China Sea. China is the area where mining is working, it is one of the highest in the world. The natural challenges are extremely complex here. There is more difficulty in reaching there than it is to be.
This situation has happened on the Arunachal border after a few weeks of President Xi Chinfing and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s informal meet. At this meeting, there was an agreement between the two countries to reduce the tension. In 2017, for 73 days, the two countries’ armies were stuck face-to-face and preparations for war were made.
By:- Abhishek Bajpai