New Delhi : There is going to be a 10th round of Corps Commander level meeting between India and China today. But China has tried once again to manipulate this meeting to put pressure on India. China has released a propaganda video, releasing a video of the bloody conflict in the Galvan Valley. In which it is claimed that it is of the June 2020 clash in Galvan Valley.
The video of this incident has been shared by Chinese propaganda media Global Times. In it, he has told about the alleged heroism of Chinese soldiers. But on this pretext, China confessed that its soldiers had also died. According to China, the video states that three PLA soldiers were killed in the skirmish, while another soldier died when he was crossing the river to help his comrades.
Let us tell you that India has said that 20 of its soldiers were martyred in this violent clash in the Galvan Valley on 15 June last year. However, China too had admitted casualties of its soldiers but had not yet given the number. The People’s Liberation Army of China on Friday officially acknowledged for the first time that four of its military personnel were killed in a violent clash with Indian soldiers in the Galvan Valley of eastern Ladakh in June last year.
The news created a sensation in China, as Beijing denied any loss on its part. Now the Chinese propaganda machinery has released footage, showing Indian soldiers as attackers. Indeed, after the Galvan incident there was a lot of dissatisfaction among the people of China and the PLA. He felt that India accepted the martyrdom of its soldiers. Honored him. He has been given the award and the PM visited Leh to meet the injured. At the same time, China refused to kill any soldiers on its behalf.
Let us tell you that this will be the 10th round meeting between the two countries, due to the tension that has been going on for almost 9 months. The meeting will be held in the Chinese area of Moldo, which is on the border on the other side of Chushul. The meeting between the two countries is taking place at a time when there is ongoing disengagement between the two countries in the Pangong area of East Ladakh. The military officials of both countries will review the withdrawal of the army so far. Along with this, disengagement will also be discussed in Gogra, Hot Spring and Depsang areas.