The Chinese molten slag blackened the river in India? Ming and Ming are all Chinese territory!
huanqiuwang· 2017-12-01 09:19:18
"Brahmaputra River (Brahmaputra), unusual changes! "
11 30," the India times "suddenly issued a" police training ", declared in India" "Arunachal Pradesh (Zangnan area) and Xianghe (Siang River) the emergence of a large number of slag, the India central government agency is changed" to the "unusual monitoring, the newspaper this change is also suspected and relevant China.
Brahmaputra is one of Asia's major rivers, originated in Tibet Chinese, called the upper reaches of the Brahmaputra, is regarded as the "cradle of Tibetan" and "mother river". Chinese in the territory of Zangnan, India called the bottom of Hangzhou River (Dihang River) or Xianghe (Siang River) in Zangnan, Pasighat near India in Assam Province, and the other two rivers said before the Bourama Fpoter River confluence.
"India times" reported that the Xianghe river began to become muddy recently, and this phenomenon is spreading downstream. The central government of India is now closely monitoring this "unusual" river change. The river's water is changing from its original clear state to black, and there is slag in the river.
, according to reports, a "news personage" reported by the central government of India said: "we are observing this black from the entry point of this river in India, namely, the ridge upstream of Xianghe. "It is reported that Xianghe is rich in a variety of aquatic organisms, and with the darkening of the river, some fish have died.
reported that the most darkest reaches of the Xianghe River are in the East Sanlong region. In the town of Dibrugarh in the area from the straight-line distance Pasi card only 77 kilometers, the water began to darken. The Central Water Commission (CWC), which is responsible for monitoring the water level and water quality of all rivers in India, has also observed that the color of the river water in Tezpur and Gauhati in the lower reaches is changing now.
the sources said the Central Water Commission of India began to monitor the darkening of the Xiangjiang River since November 18th. The Department will soon work together with other departments, including the India space research organization (ISRO), to determine why the water color will change.
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the source said: "November 17th" Arunachal Pradesh "east of the earthquake, we first thought is sure to be a landslide blocked the Xianghe River, but the color is black, and the situation continues. We are still unable to determine the cause. "So far," he said, "we have not come to any conclusion to explain what has led to this unusual change," he said. "So far, we have not come to any conclusion to explain it."
said, "so far we can't come to any conclusion to explain what has caused this unusual change. Because we have no jurisdiction over the river and its water quality in China, we do not understand the situation on the other side of the border across the border. If necessary, the government of India will seek help from the Chinese government. "Although there is no evidence that the
text" black water "and Chinese, but" India times "has been eager to claim on the title," from Chinese slag, are flocking to the Brahmaputra ("Slag from China" now makes way to Brahmaputraas well)".
this is not the first time in India in the water on the issue of "truer".
in August this year, a number of India media reported in the first post and the India Catholics reported that the Ministry of foreign affairs of India said that China did not share any hydrological data related to Himalaya River in India this year. India said that since 2006, China began to share the hydrological data of the Brahmaputra River and Sutlej in flood season, and this year it did not receive any data.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuangwan later made a clear response.
Geng Shuang said, for a long time China to overcome all kinds of difficulties with India to carry out cross-border river hydrological forecast cooperation. Due to the technical damage caused by flood damage and reconstruction and upgrading and other technical reasons, the relevant hydrological stations within China now do not have the conditions to collect hydrologic data at present. Whether the hydrological data will be re provided depends on the progress of the work mentioned above. About whether China is the government of India to explain these reasons, Geng Shuang said, the Indian side is clear." Author: Wu Yuan Chun Rong Lu Tan Julia