Tibet govt-in-exile president stated that the mega construction project may pose serious damage to lower riparian countries including India and Bangladesh.
President of the Tibetian government-in-exile, Penpa Tsering, on Saturday, November 27, raised concerns over the construction of a dam on the Brahmaputra River by China. He further stated that the mega project may pose serious damage to lower riparian countries including India and Bangladesh. Tsering told ANI, ” China has been building multiple dams on all the rivers that originate from Tibet, some 32 dams on Mekong River alone before it enters the third country”. Continue Reading