Fake News by media: Chinese soldiers engaging with Indian troops in Eastern Ladakh

Fake News by media: Chinese soldiers engaging with Indian troops in Eastern Ladakh

The Indian Armed forces on July 14 disproved the media channel reports that stated that Chinese soldiers have conflicted with the Indian troops in Eastern Ladakh once more. The Indian Armed force stated that the media news story has been distributed with flimsy realities and is unequivocally invalidated. It is packed with mistakes and deception. The Military further stated that the media news report referencing that concurrences with Chinese troops have fallen is bogus and pointless.

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Indian Army stated that “Since the time the withdrawal arrangement of the troops of both sides in February month this year, there has been no step by one or the other side to possess the regions from where the disengagement agreement had been attempted. There have been no conflicts in Galwan or some other region, as revealed in the article. The aim of the media reporters is deceptive and not founded on any reality”.

The disproved Business Standard report proposes that there was somewhere around one late conflict on the Galwan river, near where the last year June month conflict occurred. The report didn’t present insights concerning losses that may have been caused. The article stays on the site, however, a later update to it made note of the Indian Armed force statement.

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This is to be noticed that the border standoff between the Indian troops and Chinese troops along the LOC in 2020, following a vicious conflict in mid-June. The Indian and Chinese sides are at present engaged in chats with stretch out the disengagement agreement to the leftover friction points.

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