China On Tibet Rail India: China Sichuan Tibet Rail Project At Full Steam As Machines Melt Workers Wilt To Fight With India In Ladakh
- Chinese dragon engaged in war preparations against India has crossed all limits of cruelty
- China is building a 1543 km long railway line to connect Tibet with Sichuan province
- During this, heavy heat is coming out of the earth’s crust and the mercury is reaching 89 degree Celsius.
The Chinese dragon, which is preparing for war against India, has crossed all limits of cruelty. China is building a railway line to connect Tibet with Sichuan province so that troops can be sent to the Indian border faster. For this, he is engaged in making underground tunnel in the plateau area of Tibet. During this, heavy heat is coming out of the earth’s crust and the mercury is reaching 89 degree Celsius. The situation is that the machines are melting due to this heat, yet the dragon is taking work from the laborers.
According to the report of the South China Morning Post, the condition of many laborers is getting worse in this cruelty of the dragon. He has to deal with problems like vomiting, fainting. Due to the scorching heat, the work of construction of this railway line has become almost impossible. Even after this, Dragon is building this railway line to win from India. Geologists say that working in such a high temperature for a project is a record in itself.
The railway line has to pass through 40 major fault lines.
According to scientists, when the Tibetan plateau was born due to the collision between the Eurasian plateau and the Indian subcontinent, at that time a large amount of heat was trapped inside the earth’s crust. The 1543 km long Sichuan-Tibet railway line has to pass through 40 major fault lines. This is more than the number of attempts in any project before. Due to the source of heat inside the ground, it comes upwards in the fault zone, often causing geo-thermal disaster.
Scientists have taken some measures to reduce this heat, but now the pressure on the workers to complete it by 2024 is increasing. This railway line will connect China’s very important city Chengdu with Lhasa. With the construction of this railway line, the travel time between the two will be reduced from one week to 12 hours. During this, the trains will have to pass through dangerous mountainous areas at an altitude of 3 thousand meters, which have been formed due to earthquakes, landslides, snow and floods.
Due to the scorching heat, pain in the chest of the workers, vomiting
China started the work of this railway line from the year 2014. Almost the entire route is built on bridges and tunnels. On its way there are 8 such mountains which are 4 thousand meters high. Engineers have called it the most challenging project in history. 70 per cent of the workers engaged in this project are going through physical problems. He is facing chest pain, vomiting and unconsciousness due to the scorching heat. The heat is so hot that the workers are only able to stand to work for a few hours.
Machines, trucks, bulldozers are often getting damaged due to the temperature of around 80 degrees. Sometimes there is a danger of the mountains bursting due to which there is a danger of loss of life of every person present there. There are 70 tunnels on this route, out of which the longest tunnel is 40 km long. Engineers have installed huge fans to reduce the heat but they are not enough. Cold water sprinkling is also being done.
Chinese soldiers will reach the Indian border in a few hours
China wants to increase its influence in South Asia through this railway. Sichuan is the headquarters of the Chinese Army’s Western Theater Command and is a densely populated and prosperous city. The soldiers of this Western Theater Command are stationed on the Indian border. Experts of the Chinese Army say that after the construction of this railway line, Chinese soldiers will reach the Indian border in just a few hours.
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