The Kongka La Pass UFO Base

The Kongka La Pass in Ladakh area is one of the least accessible places in the world. Not only is it located in the Himalayas, it is a disputed border area of India and China and has been the cause of armed conflict between the two countries in the past. As such, the area is more or less a no man’s land. Both countries keep an eye of it, but neither patrols it or occupies it. Perhaps this is why, according to some, the UFOs have chosen the area as their underground base.

Reportedly, the Kongka La Pass holds a series of massive, hidden underground constructs that UFOs, particularly those of the flying saucer tySpeculations on underground UFO base have been all over the Kongka La Pass, Himalayas. The area is a disputed territory between India and China, the reason why it is one of the least accessed place on Earth. Many locals from both sides believe on the existence of the underground UFO base on the territory, which is believed to be known by both countries. Some Chinese and Indian people near the area also report spotting common UFO sightings that involve mysterious objects out from the ground. Many tourists have been attempting to enter this region, but they were denied by Chinese guard posts and Indian border patrol even with their permit to travel between the two countries.

Recently, a UFO sighting report came out from some Hindu pilgrims saying that they spotted unusual glowing triangular objects in the sky when they were on the way to Mount Kailash from the western side. Local guides say that unusual lights are a common phenomenon in Kongka Pass area, which is the disputed and tensed border region of China and India. Triangular objects have been reported to show up from underground and move in an almost vertical direction. The area is not being patrolled by both countries as part of their agreement.

There have been speculations that the main UFO base is located in Soda Plain and the inhabitants use the Karakosh, the largest river in Aksai Chin. The maximum UFO cluster formations were reported to take place in Aksai Chin Lake area. This part of the world has crust that is twice as thick as in other places, which increases rumors about underground bases that are very deep into the tectonic plates.

In the Lahaul-Spiti region of Himachal Pradesh, a UFO sighting was reported in 2004 by a team of geologists and glaciologists who were performing an expedition led by Dr. Anil Kulkarni of Space Applications Centre at Ahmedabad. The team managed to capture in film a robot-like figure standing four feet tall that walked along the mountain ridge, then moved vertically before it disappeared up above.

Between 1st of August and 15th of October 2012, the Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force and Indian Army have noticed UFOs in Ladakh region of Kashmir and Jammu. The police force reported more than 100 sightings of bright objects.In September 2012, the Indian Army saw a 160 km-long, ribbon-shaped object above Pangong Lake, which borders between China and India. The army brought their mobile ground-based radar near the object and also their spectrum analyzer. While the object was seen by naked eyes, the radar failed to detect it, which made the army conclude that it was non-metallic. Furthermore, their spectrum analyzer could not detect any signals. The army also tried to flew a reconnaissance drone to the floating object but lost sight of the mysterious object when drone reached its limit in altitude.

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