- According to the US Intelligence Department, 35 Chinese soldiers were killed in violent clashes between Indo-Chinese soldiers in the Galvan Valley.
- 20 soldiers of India were martyred in the violent clash between the two countries, while China has always denied killing its soldiers.
Jul 14, 2020, 04:40 PM IS
New Delhi / Beijing It seems that China is not ready to recognize its soldiers killed in Galvan Valley. According to the US intelligence report, the Chinese government is pressurizing the families of the soldiers not to bury them and perform funeral programs. According to the US intelligence report, he is doing this so that he can hide a big mistake.
On June 15, there was a violent clash between the Chinese and Indian soldiers in the Galvan Valley. Soldiers of both countries were killed in it. India accepted without hesitation that 20 of its soldiers were martyred. At the same time, the martyrs were given a respectful final farewell. While China continues to deny the deaths of its soldiers.
On 28 June, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had expressed condolences to the families of the martyred soldiers in the radio program Mann Ki Baat and said that the sacrifice of these families is venerable. However, even a month after the incident, China has not yet revealed how many of its soldiers were killed.
China tried unilaterally in eastern Ladakh
In eastern Ladakh, China faced violent clashes while trying unilaterally to change the current situation. India said the situation could be avoided if a high-level agreement was followed by China. The US Intelligence Department believes that 35 Chinese soldiers were killed in the demonstration.
A source close to the case said that the Chinese civil affairs ministry has told the families of the soldiers killed in the clash that they should not perform the traditional burial program and the funeral of the soldiers’ remains. Any funeral should be held in a secluded place. The government has attributed this to coronavirus. The government is trying to erase any memory of the soldiers killed in the clash.
Family of slain soldiers angry with Chinese government
According to America’s Breitbart News, there is resentment in the family of soldiers killed by the Chinese Communist Party’s decision. The family is expressing their anger against this decision of the government through Weibo and other social media platforms.
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