The circumstance of the declaration to fabricate a "super dam" on the lower compasses of the Yarlung Zangbo stream near the LAC can be connected to the continuous fringe pressures, which is attached in China's refusal to recognize the McMahon Line
A week ago, China reported designs to assemble a "super dam" on the lower ranges of the Yarlung Zangbo stream near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Tibet. Beginning in the purported Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR), the trans-outskirt stream streams into Arunachal Pradesh where it is called Siang, and afterward to Assam as Brahmaputra prior to streaming into Bangladesh and depleting into the Bay of Bengal.
The circumstance of the declaration can be connected to the continuous outskirt pressures, which is attached in China's refusal to recognize the McMahon Line. All things being equal, Beijing claims 90,000 square kilometers in India's Arunachal Pradesh as Southern Tibet (Nan Zang). China's animosity has been expanding in the Ladakh and Sikkim areas. Presently, the structure of a dam so near LAC in Arunachal Pradesh likewise underlines China's key expectation: To scrutinize India's regional uprightness.
A month ago, Global Times, the public authority's mouthpiece, revealed that the proposed dam would be built in Metok (Medog), the last region of TAR. As per the arrangement, the dam will be developed 30 kilometers from the Indian outskirt. The choice follows declarations made in the fourteenth Five Year Plan, which sets the public authority's plan till 2025. The arrangement expresses that China will "actualize hydropower advancement in the lower compasses of the Yarlung Tsangpo River". This dam is one of the three dams that have been proposed for the locale.