LHASA: China’s New infrastructural plan The goal is to construct 4,000 kilometers of railway line by 2025, and build 59 new aircrafts and 300 helicopter pads by 2035. Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) is ‘dual-use’ in Nature as it will allow the country to rapidly deploy its forces. It will also fulfill Beijing’s strategy for cultural assimilation Tibet, Tibet Right Collective reported.
Infrastructure is experiencing rapid growth in Tibet is It is clear that the country has a path to follow in order to provide services for the People’s Republic of China’s (PRCs) ambitious goal.
According to Tibet Policy InstituteChina had hoped this would happen. infrastructural Strategy will be a help in All expressions of opposition are crushed and the Tibetans will eventually be subjugated and disintegrated from within and beyond. Tibet. Cities in Tibet Lhasa is experiencing a rise in intermarrying between Tibetans, Chinese and Chinese due to the Chinese migration.
China created the plan A railway network of at least 5,000 kilometers, with 1,000 km of double track railway lines. in TAR for 2035 according to its 14th Five Year Plan (2021-25). Tibet Right Collective
Currently, TAR only has three lines of railway in operation: QinghaiTibet Railway opened in July 2006: The Lhasa Shigatse Railway opened. in 2014 and the Lhasa–Nyingtri Railway which will open in 2021. The report states that TAR has 1,359 kilometres worth of railroad lines in Operation as at the end 2021
The rail network will however cover all city- and prefecture-level administrative areas in According to the report, TAR provides convenient access to Xinjiang and Qinghai as well as to major land ports at the border.
The report also states that the TAR intends to construct an international rail corridor from South Asia to South Asia. in To open an international railroad channel connecting China with South Asian countries.
A section running between Ya’an, China and the Pacific is among major railway lines set to be opened by 2025. in Sichuan Province and Nyingtri, in TAR for the SichuanTibet Railway. The section between Shigatse Lake & Pelku Lake in TAR for the XinjiangTibet Railroad, as well as the Section and County to Ranwu lake of the Yunnan-Tibet Railways, according to the report in Tibet Right Collective
China claims that, since the 1990s the Communist Party of China government (CPC), has maintained a stable political system. “an unprecedented scale of investment in infrastructure build-up in Tibet, specifically in the areas of connectivity such as railways, roads and airports”. Also, investments were made in Tibet Hydro-power is used to power infrastructure, including government buildings, urban development, and mining. This massive investment in Infrastructure building in It was a Chinese strategy for strengthening its control of the region it illegally invaded, and then occupied. (ANI)