The article stated that China does not announce the casualties of the People's Liberation Army now, in order to avoid the comparison of public opinion between the two countries, leading to further emotional confrontation. (The following article was originally published on June 17) Original title: The first deadly conflict on the Sino-Indian border since 1962: 3 Indian troops were killed under "stick stones" India-China border conflict Photo Credit: AP / Dazhi Image (The cover photo shows tanks of the Indian army passing by on the border between China and India in 2018.) There have been many conflicts on the Sino-Indian border since May, and the relationship has continued to be tense.
This afternoon (16), the Indian Army pointed out that there are three Indian soldiers were killed in a clash on the Chinese border, and a Global Times reporter tweeted that 5 people in the People's Liberation Army were killed and 11 wounded, with casualties on both sides. This is the deadliest conflict between China and India since whatsapp list the 1962 war. No guns used, but 8 dead "ETtoday" reported that according to official Indian claims, the Chinese People's Liberation Army killed three Indian soldiers, including the commander of a barracks in the Galwan valley (Galwan valley) in Ladakh, Kashmir; the confrontation took place on the evening of the 15th , heating up tensions on the Sino-Indian border.
The statement pointed out that the confrontation between the Chinese and Indian militaries on the evening of the 15th turned violent and caused casualties just as the senior military officials of the two sides held a meeting to ease tensions; the Indian side lost one officer and two soldiers. "ETtoday" reported that "Indai TV" (Indai TV) said that the People's Liberation Army was killed and 11 people were injured in the conflict, and claimed that the source was citing the Chinese media "Global Times". However, Wang Wenwen of the Global Times, who first issued the news, said on Twitter that the news has not been confirmed by the Chinese government, and that it is "unprofessional" for the Indian media to quote her Twitter in this way. The Hindustan Times reported that sources pointed out that no firearms were used in the clashes and that all the deaths were caused by stones and sticks thrown by soldiers. The army had no comment.