Chinese soldiers were not ready to back down, attacked Indian soldiers with nail sticks

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The situation has become tense on the Ladakh border between India and China. One Indian Army officer and two soldiers have been martyred in a clash last night.

Things have become critical near the Galvan Valley on the Ladakh border between India and China. On Monday night, there was a violent clash between India and Chinese soldiers, in which an officer and two soldiers of India have been martyred. Meanwhile, according to the sources, the Chinese soldiers attacked the soldiers with spiked nails during this time.

According to sources, when the Border Commander met, it was decided that on PP14-15-17, China would go towards the LAC, but the Chinese soldiers refused to accept it. China was repeatedly explained to India, China was attacked during this time.

Sources said that Chinese soldiers threw stones at Indian soldiers, attacked the army of India with iron tubes, nails and sticks. The officers who were leading the case have suffered very deep injuries in this stone-pelting.

If sources are to be believed, 10-12 Indian soldiers have been injured and so many Chinese soldiers have also been seriously injured. However, the official statement will be made entirely from the army.

But meanwhile, China has started blaming India on the contrary. The Chinese Foreign Ministry has said that an infiltration attempt was made from India, after which the soldiers of both countries clashed. Now we appeal to India not to take unilateral action.

In the official statement issued by the Indian Army regarding this whole matter, it said, “During the process of de-escalation in the Galvan Valley on Monday night, there were violent clashes between the soldiers of India and China. During this time one officer and two soldiers of the Indian Army have become martyrs. Senior military officials of both countries are holding a big meeting to calm the matter at this time.

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