China claims the entire Mount Everest as its integral part

China plans to install a 5G network on Mount Everest to spy on India

China shoved the entire world in the pandemic of coronavirus but remained unaffected by it. Chinese nuisance is on the rise day by day. China is trying to achieve expansionist ambition. The entire world community should take a stand against it by realising this threat.

New Delhi – The official website of Government television network of China ‘China Global Television Network (CGTN)’  showed a few pictures of the Mount Everest and claimed that this is part of Tibet Autonomous Region. China staked a claim over the complete Mount Everest. Nepal Government strongly protested against it. China and Nepal had signed a treaty in 1960 to settle border disputes. This treaty divides Everest into two parts. The southern part would remain with Nepal and northern part would be part of Tibet Autonomous Region. Tibet is under Chinese control.

1. By staking a claim on Everest, China intends to keep eye on the entire Himalayan range, through the 5G network. This aspiration may lead to disruption in the bilateral relations with Nepal. Publisher and Editor Kanak Mani Dixit from Nepal tweeted ‘Chomolungma –  plateau – Everest’ region is divided between Tibet and Nepal. Everest is called ‘Sagarmatha’ in Nepal, and ‘Chomolungma’ in Tibet’.

2. Prof. Shrikant Kondapalli, a scholar of Chinese studies in JNU said ‘This is not new. China is trying to control Tibet and Everest to strengthen its presence. The part of Everest which is with Tibet is inaccessible and is of very little use.’

China intends to spy on India, Bangladesh and Myanmar through 5G network

Prof. Kondapalli commented on the 5G network on Everest. ‘China commissioned the 5G network on Everest. This is controversial. The entire Himalayan range will come under Chinese control because of this. The 5G network is a part of Chinese military strategy. This network is situated at 8,000 meters from mean sea level. This will enable China to keep an eye on India, Bangladesh and Myanmar. This technology will benefit China in the Himalayan region in future.’