New Delhi : In June last year, there was a violent clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers in the Galwan Valley near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh. Soldiers from both sides were injured in this violent clash. Due to this the tension between the two countries increased.
Excerpts from a video interview of a PLA martyrs family shows footage of the #Galwanvalley clash between #India & #China, the stone pelting, close combat fighting, conditions of soldiers in the river & Chinese equipment on site well documented in these 45 seconds pic.twitter.com/4pk60K28jp
– d-atis☠️ (@detresfa_) August 2, 2021
China has now released the video of this clash. China itself has been exposed by this 45-second video. China tried to show the bravery of its soldiers through this video, but its bet backfired.
By releasing the video, China has proved in front of the world that its soldiers had committed violence. In the video, Chinese soldiers are seen pelting stones.
It is seen in the video that Indian soldiers are holding a front in the Galvan river and giving a befitting reply to the stone pelting of Chinese soldiers. In the video, a large number of soldiers are seen face to face from both sides. Chinese soldiers are standing at a high place and pelting stones at Indian soldiers standing in the Galvan river.
Significantly, on the night of 15/16 June last year, there was a violent clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers in the Galwan Valley over the border dispute. In which 20 soldiers of India were martyred. At the same time, China had accepted the death of five of its soldiers. But some media reports have claimed that 40 to 45 Chinese soldiers were killed in this conflict.
After the Galwan Valley violence, several rounds of talks have been held between the two countries at the military, diplomatic and other levels and both sides have largely succeeded in overcoming the deadlock on the LCA. However, there is still disagreement between the two countries on some key points. Due to which thousands of soldiers are still stationed on both sides of the LAC in Galvan Valley.