CHINA RELEASES GALWAN FIGHT PICS AFTER ARUNACHAL PRADESH TUSSLE ANN

India China Tussle: After the news of Chinese soldiers being taken hostage on the LAC adjoining Arunachal Pradesh, Chinese government journalists have released pictures of Indian soldiers taken hostage in the Galvan Valley violence. In these pictures, injured Indian soldiers and their weapons are seen in the custody of the Chinese army.

In fact, last week around 200 Chinese soldiers violated the LAC in Yangtse, Arunachal Pradesh. During this, there was a standoff situation between the armies of India and China. In this regard yesterday i.e. on Friday, it was reported that during this faceoff, the Indian Army had taken the Chinese soldiers hostage and released them only after the flag meeting of the military commanders of both the countries. Some Chinese government journalists, driven by this incident, tried to show the Galvan Valley violence after about 16 months by releasing pictures on social media, in that battle the PLA army of China had taken Indian soldiers hostage.

In the violence of Galwan Valley, the armies of both the countries took each other’s soldiers hostage. Later, only after the meeting between the military commanders, both the countries released each other’s soldiers.

Meanwhile, there is news that the 13th round of meeting between the military commanders of India and China is going to be held on Sunday to end the tension on the LAC adjoining eastern Ladakh. This meeting is going to be held in the Moldo garrison of the PLA army. The meeting is likely to discuss the disengagement of the two countries from the hot-spring of eastern Ladakh. During the 12-round meeting, there has been disengagement in the Finger Area, Kailash Hill Range and Gogra areas of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) adjoining Eastern Ladakh, but tension is still going on in Hot Spring, Demchok and Depsang Plains.

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