India defeats China after 34 years to reclaims 202 acres of strategic land in Arunachal's Sumdorong Chu Valley - News Summed Up

India defeats China after 34 years to reclaims 202 acres of strategic land in Arunachal's Sumdorong Chu Valley


After 34 years, India has acquired 202 acres of strategic land near Sumdorong Chu flashpoint in Arunachal Pradesh, which China had been eyeing for years. Sumdorong Chu is a river flowing in the Tawang district of the state of Arunachal Pradesh, India. On this, in the summer of 1984, India established Observation Post at Sumdorong Chu. This Sumdorong Chu region bordering China is of strategic importance; hence China occupied the Lungaro Grazing Ground in 1986 and wanted to gain a commanding position on the Sumdorong Chu Valley. After this tunnel is built, it will be easy for the army to reach the China border.


Source: dna October 26, 2020 12:52 UTC



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