Indian Army officer and 2 soldiers martyred in Ladakh’s Galwan Valley

Tensions on the border between India and China appear to be increasing. During the retreat process in the Galwan Valley, there were struggle between the soldiers of the two countries.

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New Delhi: Tensions on the border between India and China appear to be increasing. During the retreat process in the Galwan Valley, there were struggle between the soldiers of the two countries. In this, one officer and two soldiers of the Indian Army were martyred. The two army senior officers are meeting to calm the situation. The Indian Army has given information about this.

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The two countries are holding brigade commander and battalion commander-level talks in eastern Ladakh in view of resolving the dispute over China’s military mob.

According to military sources, the continuation of several rounds of talks between the two sides has led to limited withdrawal of the armies of both countries in many more places. Meanwhile, news of violent clashes between the armies of both the countries has come to light.

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Both sides are Army are talking on this issue for months. Sources were claiming that the situation is under control and soon everything will be fine. But the updates coming from INDIA CHINA BORDER is disturbing.

Defence Minster Rajnath Singh has called a meeting after this matter.

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