India China Sikkim Border Clash: A 17-hour marathon meeting between the core commanders of India and China was held yesterday to reduce tension in Ladakh.
New Delhi: There has been a news of a clash between the India-China army on LAC once again. Five days earlier, Indian soldiers clashed with Chinese troops at Nakula in North Sikkim. 20 Chinese soldiers were also injured in this clash. The Indian Army has now confirmed this clash.
According to the army’s official statement, there was a minor skirmish between the soldiers 5 days ago on 20 January which was resolved at the local level between the commanders of the two countries.
This is the same place in Nakula sector where there was a clash between the armies of the two countries on the 9th of May last month. Meanwhile, on the Nakula clash, it has been said from the Global Times that there has been no clash. He says that the injuries to the Chinese soldiers are also wrong.
A day earlier, there was a 17-hour marathon meeting of the corps commanders between India and China. This meeting was called at the behest of China.
The commander of the 14th Corps at Leh, Lieutenant General PGK Menon, was talking on behalf of the Indian Army. What has happened in this meeting held in BMP Hut Moldo of China is not clear yet. But the meeting was scheduled to reduce tension on the border and discuss the withdrawal of troops.
When did India-China clash in 2020?
Earlier, on 15 June 2020, there was a violent clash between the soldiers of India and China in the Galvan Valley, in which 20 soldiers of India were martyred. At the same time, China had not released any figures of casualties of its soldiers.
On 14 June, the Chinese Army re-camped on LAC. Among the martyred soldiers, 12 jawans, including Commanding Officer Colonel B Santosh Babu, were from 16 Bihar Regiment. After this, on 29-30 August 2020, there was a clash again between India and China south of Pangong Tso Lake.
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