By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Apr 17, 2020 09:29 IST
US suspects China conducted Nuclear test, State Department report

According to a news published on Thursday, US State Department suspects China that it might secretly be conducting small nuclear tests at its site. Based on a report published in Wall Street Journal, it is suspected that China is secretly conducting Nuclear test with very low explosive power despite assertion of adhering international accord on Nuclear test. US State Department report raised questions on Beijing that activities including high tempo at China's Lop Nur site and extensive excavation from site, could be a low explosive nuclear test, the report says.

As global economies are suffering amid Covid19 outbreak and millions of people have been affected due to Coronavirus which was originated from Wuhan, China and amid all this type of activities will only increase tensions between US & China, expert said. In USA alone thousands of people are dying daily as per John Hopkins University data.

China Conducted Nuclear test, Report

In WSJ report it is reported that 'China might be secretly conducting nuclear tests with very low explosive power’. However the coming report doesn’t present proof that China is violating its promise to uphold the agreement, but it cites an array of activities including  high tempo of activity at China’s Lop Nur test site, extensive excavations at the site and Beijing’s purported use of special chambers to contain explosions.

In State Department report it is highlighted that by doing Nuclear test Beijing would break it’s assertions of strictly adhering to an international accord banning all nuclear tests, as per a new arms-control report to be made public by the State Department.

Earlier US has been interrupted of data transmissions by China from monitoring stations on Chinese territory that are designed to detect radioactive emissions and seismic tremors, this increased the US State Department's suspicion over China, reported Wall Street Journal.

Source- WSJ

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