Indian Army exposes Chinese video: How two pictures exposed China’s fraud?
Once again, the Indian Army has given a befitting reply to China’s propaganda. This happened when the soldiers of the Indian Army hoisted the national flag in the Galwan Valley of Ladakh on the occasion of New Year. Some pictures related to this have also come to the fore in which army personnel is seen hoisting the tricolor. These pictures are coming out when there is a discussion in the media that China had hoisted its tricolor in this area.
News agency ANI has shared two pictures related to this. In these pictures, 30 soldiers are seen carrying the tricolor and in their hands are the recently inducted Sig Sauer rifles. These weapons are to let the whole world and the media know that these pictures are brand new. The special thing is that the Indian Army has hoisted the tricolor at the same place where China claimed to have hoisted its flag. The reality is that China had not hoisted the Chinese flag in the area of violent clashes in Galvan.
China’s video proved to be fake
China had earlier shared a video. In this video, it was claimed that he has hoisted the Chinese flag in the area of Galwan where there was a violent clash between Chinese soldiers and the Indian Army. Many questions were also raised on the veracity of this video. It was also being seen by linking it to China’s strategy of creating pressure. But now India has given a befitting reply to China.
Violent clashes took place in June 2020
Significantly, on 15 June 2020, there was a violent clash between the Indian and Chinese Army at Petrol Point 14 of Galwan Valley in which 20 Indian soldiers were martyred. In this skirmish, China suffered heavy losses and many of its soldiers were killed. But China initially refused to accept it. China has not yet released any official data regarding this clash.
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Heavy army deployed despite severe cold
Even in the severe cold weather, the deployment of an army in large numbers in the areas of Eastern Ladakh is enough to show that the situation between the two is not normal. It has been said many times on behalf of the Indian government that there has been an attempt by China to unilaterally change the status of the border, which is the root cause of the dispute.