New Delhi / Beijing: The Chinese army has taken control of the disputed area of Ladakh and defeated India.
According to the report of ARY News, China gained control of the region by defeating India in the Ladakh region. The Indian media kept a quiet day after the defeat.
The Indian Army suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of China in the ongoing clashes in Ladakh, after which the Modi government remained silent on the Chinese issue.
The statement on the visit of Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa to the Line of Control is being distorted on Indian media. Despite this, users on the social networking site talked so much about the defeat in Ladakh that it became a top trend.
It may be recalled that India had also tried to play with the disputed area of Ladakh after ending the special status of Kashmir this year, to which China retaliated and deployed more troops on the Sikkim border.
China has deployed another 5,000 troops along the Ladakh-Sikkim border, making it clear that India has tried to unilaterally change the status of the disputed area.
The Chinese military has also begun building underground bunkers near Ladakh and Sikkim, while 800 Chinese military tents have been set up around the Galvan Valley.
Chinese officials say India was carrying out illegal defense-related construction near the Galvan Valley when the Chinese military arrested a contingent of Indian troops and released them after negotiations.
The Indian army chief called the arrest of the troops a major blow to India. China has said that India violated the Line of Control in Sikkim and Ladakh, and if such violations were repeated, India would face serious consequences.
According to media reports, the Chinese army now controls Ladakh, Sikkim and the Golan Heights, where the Indian army was present. Forced to kneel at every turn.
On the other hand, India’s border dispute with Nepal is also escalating. The Nepalese Prime Minister has released a new map in which the areas of Kala Pani, Lampia Dhora, and Lipo Lekh have been declared as part of Nepal. All three areas were declared part of India.
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