‘China Too Suffered Casualties At Galwan Clash’

The Chinese side have also suffered casualties during the face-off with Indian troops in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh on Monday night, according to Global Times Editor-in-Chief.

“Based on what I know, Chinese side also suffered casualties in the Galwan Valley physical clash,” Hu Xijin, Editor-in-Chief of Chinese state-run media said in a tweet.

“I want to tell the Indian side, do not be arrogant and misread China’s restraint as being weak. China does not want to have a clash with India, but we do not fear it,” said Hu.

Earlier today, Indian Army amended its statement regarding the face-off that took place between Indian and Chinese troops leading to the death of three Army personnel, saying that “casualties suffered on both sides” in “violent face-off” during de-escalation process with China in Galwan Valley.

According to the Indian Army, the face-off took place on Monday night.

“The loss of lives on the Indian side includes an officer and two soldiers,” the Army said in a statement.

After 1975, this is the first violent incident on the India-China border in which casualties have taken place.

Earlier while looking to resolve the dispute over Chinese military buildup, India and China were holding talks in Eastern Ladakh. (ANI)

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