Big revelation about India-China violent clash, shocking story told by former army chief

NEW DELHI, INDIA - MARCH 20: Minister of State External Affairs VK Singh talking with media person on the issue of 39 Indians in Mosul (Iraq) killed by ISIS during the Parliament Budget Session on March 20, 2018 in New Delhi, India. (Photo by Sonu Mehta/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

New Delhi: Violent clashes between India and China are coming to light in the coming days. In such a scenario, now Union Minister and former Army Chief VK Singh has made a big revelation about the clash. He said there was a violent clash between the Indo-Chinese forces in the Galwan Valley due to a mysterious fire. The fire broke out in the tents of Chinese soldiers.

General VK Singh said it was decided in the lieutenant general level talks between India and China that no jawan would be present near the border. But when the commanding officers went to check the border on the evening of June 15, not all the Chinese returned. There was a Chinese army tent. The commanding officer asked to remove the tent. As the Chinese troops were removing the tents, a fire broke out.

After the fire broke out, there was a clash between the troops of the two countries. The Indian army overpowered the Chinese. After that, the two countries invited their other people. It is true that more than 40 Chinese soldiers were killed in the violent clashes.

General VK Singh’s statement is important because it was earlier claimed that Colonel Santosh was killed by treachery after which Indian troops set fire to Chinese tents.


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