The defense minister of India – Rajnath Singh meets Bihar regiment for their contribution towards keep safe India’s sovereignty. Guard serve Rajnath Singh, who took an audit of the circumstance in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, met the officers of 16 Bihar, who battled animosity of the Xinjiang military region troops at Galway valley Yanullah on July 20th, during his two-day visit.
In a video tweeted by the barrier pastor’s office on Sunday, Singh is seen collaborating with the fighters in Lukung base camp close Pangong Tso in Ladakh. He additionally shook hands of the regiment officials and men while lauding them for their boldness despite seemingly insurmountable opposition.
It was this Bihar unit which confronted the Chinese soldiers during the conflicts in Ladakh’s Galway Valley on July 20th. An assault on the leader of the 16 Bihar Colonel Santosh Babu was accounted for to be the trigger for the bleeding fight. With the two sides currently associated with dis-commitment at Galway division, 16 Bihar and the PLA unit from Sichuan it looked on June 15 have been removed from the bleeding edge as it could start of blaze once more.
India and China have been occupied with converses to resolve the issue. with recent months-long pressure along the Line of Actual Control. Authorities of both nations have held a progression of gatherings. During one such gathering in July months, it was concluded that China will move its perception post close to the intersection of Shyok and Galway waterways. During a normal watch on June 15, the Indian fighters found the tents were still there, as per individuals mindful of what unfurled at the fringe that day.
The Chinese perception post was kept an eye on by 9 troopers who were advised by the Indian watch to disappear. The Chinese would not do so even as the Indian watch came back to their unit to illuminate them about the turn of events.
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This was the point at which the Indian soldiers with around 50 individuals and 16 Bihar Commanding Officer Colonel Santosh Babu in the number one spot, proceeded to advise the Chinese to return further in their domain as they were on Indian soil.
Then, when the primary Indian watch came back from the site, the Chinese had called for fortifications from their back situations in the Galway waterway valley who accompanied around 300-350 individuals.
As the Indian watch came to, the sources stated, the Chinese had just developed soldiers on higher ground around the perception post and kept the stones and weapons prepared for propelling an assault on the Indian soldiers.
As the different sides began talking, the conversation transformed into a warmed one and the Indian side began removing their tents and gear. The Chinese, who had just set themselves up for animosity against Indian soldiers, assaulted the Indian side where their first assault was on the 16 Bihar CO and Havildar Palani. After the CO went down, the Biharis lost control and began assaulting the Chinese brutally regardless of being intensely dwarfed and stones pouring from the higher ground.
Twenty Indian fighters, including Colonel Babu, were murdered in the conflicts. China additionally endured losses yet never reported a specific number.