- Reports of existing China Village 9 kilometers from Doklam clash site within Bhutan has been rejected by Ambassador Major General Vetsop Namgyel.
- Tibet is considered to be the right hand to China with Ladakh, Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim, and Arunachal Pradesh all under grasp.
- This update of China capturing Bhutan was confirmed by the tweet of CGTN journalist Shen Shiwei.
Shen Shiwei, a journalist of CGTN tweeted, “Now, we have permanent residents living in the newly established Pangda village. It’s along the valley where 35 km south to Yadong country.” This tweet created curious chaos about China’s expanding intention. The open-source intelligence analyst working with Australian Strategic Policy, Nathan Ruser also informed about the existing Chinese village of Pangda with 2 kilometers of Bhutan.
Amidst all this scuffle, Bhutan has rejected the information to be true. Vetsop Namgyel in reply to Shen Shiwei`s tweet said “I have seen the tweet. It is a tweet by a journalist. I don’t bother to speculate about tweets.” China also had reportedly claimed over Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary of Bhutan, stating that the boundary between the countries has not yet been separated.
The President of Central Tibetian Administration- Lobsang Sangya warned India as early as in June about Leader Mao Zedong`s five finger plan in which he wishes to liberate Ladakh, Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan, and Arunachal Pradesh, and based on the scuffle in Ladakh borders and parts of Sikkim it is evident that President Xi Jinping is proceeding with Mao`s dream.