China is hiding the number of casualties of Galwan Vally clash
China is hiding the number of casualties of Galwan Vally clash

In the past, there have been violent clashes between India and China in the Galvan Valley of eastern Ladakh. After which the mutual tension between the two countries has increased. But after the military clash, China has not disclosed the number of casualties. China is still silent in this matter. US-based Breitbart News has reported that the Chinese Communist Party's decision has upset Chinese families who have lost loved ones in the incident. According to Breitbart, the Chinese government is struggling to silence the families of soldiers who are using Weibo and other platforms to vent their anger and frustration.

For your information, let us tell you that on June 15, there was a violent clash between the two forces in Galvan valley of East Ladakh. After this struggle, the Government of India had accepted that 20 of its soldiers were killed in this conflict. After the conflict, the Chinese government did not reveal any statement regarding the casualties of the soldiers. The Chinese government has kept quiet in this whole matter. China has so far accepted the deaths of only a few military officers. However, India said that 43 Chinese soldiers were killed in this conflict. India claimed that some Chinese soldiers were also injured. Even after this claim of India, China is completely silent in this matter.

In addition, Hu Jijin, the editor-in-chief of the Chinese state-run media, had revealed in a tweet that the Chinese side had also suffered heavy losses in a violent confrontation with Indian troops in Ladakh on 15 June. Many Chinese soldiers have been killed in the skirmish. He further wrote that the Chinese side also suffered casualties in the physical skirmish in the Galvan valley. According to several reports, affected Chinese families are using Weibo to express their disappointment over the secrecy of the government.

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