Beijing: Getting involved with Indian soldiers in the Galwan Valley of Ladakh is becoming very heavy for the Communist Government of China. Both sides have suffered in this deadly clash. 20 Indian Army soldiers including Colonel Santosh Babu have been awarded to Veergati. India confirmed this and the entire nation paid tribute to the martyrs, while China has not yet made public the figure of its dead soldiers.
The son of a former leader of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Yang Jinali, has claimed that more than 100 Chinese soldiers have been killed at the hands of the Indian Army in the Galwan Valley, but the Chinese government is not deliberately releasing the figures. Yang said that if told about the soldiers, it would be difficult for Chinese President Jinping and there would be a revolt in the party.
Gianli has written that the PLA has been a major part of China's authority for a long time. If the feelings of the PLA cadre working in the service of the country are hurt, then it will join the retired soldiers along with the barricade against the government of the country. The article published in the Washington Post stated that Beijing fears that if it believes that more of its own soldiers were killed than India, unrest may spread in the country and the CCP's power may also be in trouble.