On the night of June 15, China attacked our soldiers, India made its preparations for the match against China here.


Posted on 3rd Jul 2020 12:16 pm by rohit kumar

New Delhi. The recent tensions between India and China began on 5 May. India was building a road near Pangong Tso Lake in North Sikkim. China opposed it. The soldiers of both countries clashed. The growing matter from here reached Ladakh. The Chinese army set up tents in the Finger Area and Galvan Valley in eastern Ladakh. India asked to remove them. On 15 June, there was a clash of soldiers. 20 soldiers of India were martyred. It is claimed that 43 Chinese soldiers were also killed. However, he did not confirm this.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi suddenly arrived in Ladakh on Friday morning. Met soldiers here. Here we know what major developments have taken place in this case since June 15

 

15 June: Military skirmish

 

On June 6, in a conversation between the commanders of India and China, it was decided that the soldiers of the two countries would return to the old positions. On the night of 15 June, India Colonel Santosh Babu went with the soldiers to see if the Chinese troops returned as per the agreement. Chinese soldiers were present there. Babu opposed this. During this time, Chinese soldiers attacked under the plot. Our 20 soldiers were martyred. The Government of India accepted this. Modi said - Soldiers died while beating.

 

17 June: Air Force Chief arrives in Leh

Air Force Chief RKS Bhadauria visited Leh on 17 June and Srinagar Airbase on 18 June. Both these airbases are near the eastern Ladakh region. He said- the Air Force is ready to deal with any threat. The Air Force deployed Sukhoi-30 MKI, Mirage 2000 and Jaguar Fighter aircraft to the forward base. Also deployed aircraft such as Apache and Chinook.

 

June 18: Foreign Minister says for the first time

After the skirmish, India's foreign minister Wang Yi called Indian foreign minister Jaishankar, looking at India's attitude. Not long after this, Jaishankar said that China is responsible for everything in Galvan. He took this step thoughtfully. Major General level talks between the two countries started on the same day. An alert was declared in Lahaul-Spiti and Kinnaur districts of Himachal Pradesh.

 

June 21: Important change in strategy

Amid growing tension in Ladakh, the Ministry of Defense gave an important order. It said that the field commanders posted at the forward posts can approve the use of weapons to their soldiers because of the situation. This was so special that in the two-kilometer area on the LAC, India, and China cannot use weapons (gun or firearms) under the agreement.

 

24 June: Army Chief arrives in Ladakh

The round of meetings was going on in India. Meanwhile, after meeting the Defense Minister, Army Chief General M.M. Narwane reached Ladakh. Here he met wounded soldiers in Leh. After that, he reviewed the forward posts with the military commanders present there. Returned to Delhi Informed the Minister of Defense, CDS Bipin Rawat. On this day, CDS Rawat took a meeting of the presidents of the three armies.

 

26 June: America's big statement

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the United States is shifting its troops because of China's threat in India and Southeast Asia. A large number of our troops from Europe will now be stationed in Asia. One of the main reasons for this is the violent clash between the soldiers of India and China. Pompeo said - we are reducing the number of our troops in Europe. China refused to comment on the US statement.

 

June 29: General VK Singh revealed

Union Minister General (retd) VK Singh gave a new revelation on the violent clash between soldiers of India and China on 15 June in the Galvan Valley. Said, "The reason for the violent clash was the fire in a tent of the Chinese army. It is difficult to say anything about how this happened. The incident occurred around Petroling Point 14. On the evening of 15 June, our soldiers went there to see if the Chinese army returned. Indian soldiers attacked China. "

 

June 30: China banned 59 apps

The Indian government banned 59 apps from China. This list includes apps like Tick Talk, UC Browser, Hello, and Share It. The government said - the servers of these Chinese apps exist outside India. Through them, users' data was being stolen. They also threatened the security and unity of the country. For this reason, it was decided to ban them. China said- this step of India is wrong. We will not ban anything on it.

 

02 July: Global Times claims

China's official newspaper Global Times claimed that India and China would reduce their troops in separate batches to reduce tensions. India did not react to this.

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