The Ministry of Defense said in its annual report that the “unilateral and provocative move” by the Chinese military to forcibly change its position in multiple areas of the Line of Control (LAC) was a response to “forced”.
Defense Ministry of Defense That said in its annual reportThe actual line of control The “unilateral and inflammatory move” by the Chinese military to forcibly change the status quo in multiple regions of the “LAC” was responded to by “force”. The report said that the Indian Army was keen to respond to any “bold” response from the Chinese forces and that the Indian Army was ready for any alarming situation and was moving forward to resolve the issue amicably. Referring to the conflict in the Galvan Valley, the defense ministry said the Chinese side had also suffered “many casualties”.
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On 15 June, a clash broke out between the two armies in the Galwal Valley, in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed.
The Ministry of Defense said, “There has been a strong and unbelievable response from the Chinese to unilateral and inflammatory measures to forcibly change the status quo in multiple regions of the LAC.” The dignity of our claim was confirmed in East Ladakh. The report said, “The Indian Army followed all the rules and agreements between the two countries when the PLA used obsolete weapons and narrowed the situation by gathering large numbers of people.” Made ”
India and China have been embroiled in a border dispute in eastern Ladakh for eight months and their relations have become tense.
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The two sides have held several rounds of diplomatic and military talks to resolve the dispute, but the issue has not yet been reached. The Defense Ministry said that with the help of the Air Force, the Indian Army deployed troops for a very short time and transported guns, tanks, weapons, rations, etc. there. The report on the June 15 incident said, “20 brave Indian soldiers were killed in a major clash in the Galvan Valley and prevented the PAL from entering our territory.” The Chinese also suffered heavy losses. The report said that the Indian Army fought the enemy fiercely along the Line of Control and the Line of Actual Control and continued the anti-terrorism operation.
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