Violent clashes along Ladakh border: Indian army also gave a befitting reply to China, 5 Chinese soldiers dead?

Violent clashes took place between India and China in Ladakh. Three Indian soldiers were martyred in this skirmish. On behalf of India it has been said that China has also suffered. News of his 5 soldiers killed.

Violent clashes along Ladakh border
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Three soldiers, including a commanding officer, have been killed in violent clashes between India and China on the Ladakh border, but there are reports that Indian soldiers have also given a befitting reply to the Chinese. The military in its revised statement has pointed out the damage to China. According to unconfirmed reports, at least five Chinese soldiers have been killed.

It is being told that 11 Chinese soldiers have been injured in this clash. They were taken to the Chinese border on stretchers. However, so far there has been no statement from China. The Global Times, considered the mouthpiece of the Chinese government, has also maintained silence over the loss to the Chinese military.

Indian army said only the loss: Ladakh

At the moment, the Indian Army did not say much about the damage done to China. It has been said that the damage is done on both sides. Earlier, the Indian Army had told that three soldiers were killed while stopping the Chinese incursion at the border. It includes two officers and two jawans.

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Chinese soldiers fired stones, sticks

According to the information received, the Chinese soldiers did not fire at the border but attacked with sticks and stones.

An Indian Army officer and three soldiers were killed during a ‘violent confrontation’ with Chinese troops on Monday night in the Galwan Valley of Ladakh. Senior officials of the Indian and Chinese military are meeting in Ladakh to reduce tension. A large number of Indian and Chinese soldiers stood face to face in the Galvan Valley for the past five weeks. The incident comes days after Indian Army Chief General MM Narwane said that troops of both countries were retreating from the Galvan Valley.

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