20 soldiers of India martyred in violent clash with Chinese soldiers in Ladakh, 43 Chinese soldiers either killed or injured

News agency ANI quoted government sources as saying that at least 20 Indian Army soldiers were killed during a violent clash in the Galwan Valley of Ladakh. At the same time, 43 soldiers either died or were seriously injured from the Chinese side.

India knows its limits, hopes of not crossing the border with China: Ministry of External Affairs

On the violent clash in Ladakh, the Foreign Ministry said, India has a responsible attitude towards border management. India does all the work in LAC within its own border, we also expect such from China. Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava said, we hoped that everything would go well. The Chinese side went backwards in the Galavan Valley honoring the LAC, but a violent clash broke out on 15 June after China unilaterally tried to change the situation. People of both sides died in this, it could have been avoided.

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh holds high-level meeting with Army Chief and CDS Bipin Rawat regarding China case

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh held a high-level meeting with Army Chief and Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat on the current situation arising after violent clashes between India and Chinese troops in Ladakh. The meeting lasted for about 1 hour.

Government avenge the martyrdom of soldiers: Owaisi

AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi mourned the martyrdom of 1 officer and 2 soldiers after a fight with Chinese troops in Ladakh. The government should avenge the martyrdom of the soldiers, the sacrifice of our soldiers should not go in vain.

China lodged protest after border clash in Ladakh

After the skirmish on the border in Ladakh, China has lodged a protest with India. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said, “We strongly demand from India to abide by the agreements and stop our frontline troops.” They should not cross the border.

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