Galwan Valley Martyrs: Netizens pay tribute to 20 Soldiers Martyred In Violent between Indo-China

Publish Date: 15 Jun, 2021
Twitter Galwan Valley Martyrs: Netizens pay tribute to 20 Soldiers Martyred In Violent between Indo-China

Galwan Valley Martys: Last year on June 15 and 16, 20 soldiers, including a colonel of the Indian Army, were martyred after an attack by Chinese soldiers in the Galwan Valley of Ladakh. Today the country is observing the one year and Honoring this martyrdom Army officials and the entire country is paying their tribute to our soldiers. Meanwhile, netizens have also started to pay their homage to all the gallant men of 16 BIHAR, 3 PUNJAB, 3 MED REGT & 81 FIELD REGT gave the supreme sacrifice in the Indo-China clash last year.


Netizens pay homage to the Martyrs of Galwan Valley






What happened in Galwan Valley on 15-16 June?

Last year on June 15 and 16 there was a clash between soldiers of India and China as the latter tried to enter the Indian border. While the soldiers of the other side were more and even violent, Indian brave hearts still managed to dust their enemies. 

This was the first incident in years in Galwan Valley that India and China had fought to such an extent. 


China irruption in Indian Territory

About 20 Indian soldiers were martyred in the skirmish between the soldiers of India and China in Galwan on the night of June 15-16. Among them was Colonel Santosh Babu, who was the commanding officer there. On this night, a patrolling party of the Indian Army was inspecting the Indo-China border. During that, he saw Chinese soldiers on the Indian border. The Indian soldiers requested them to return but they refused. Gradually, this request turned into anger among the fierceness of China.

Following the incident, Chinese soldiers attacked Indian soldiers with big stones. According to the statement by the Indian Army, Colonel Santosh Babu had uprooted the Chinese army's tent two days ago at the same place where the clash took place. Also, the soldiers of both sides are not allowed to use weapons in this area. While Indian soldiers took full care of this matter, Chinese soldiers on the other side had iron rods with barbed wire attached to them.


Indian Soldiers Martyred after killing hundreds of Chinese Soldiers

Seeing the increasing clash, Indian soldiers forwarded the message to call more backup immediately. For six hours, Indian soldiers fought Chinese soldiers who brought stones and iron rods. In this clash, Colonel Santosh was badly injured and later he left the world-saving his country.

The martyrdom of their commanding officer caused anger among the Indian soldiers and they also gave a befitting reply. After this, China, in its official statement the next day, terming the Galwan Valley as its territory, mentioned the action of Indian soldiers wrong. However, the Government of India also gave them a befitting reply.


Galwan Valley Conflict discussed on International Stage

Later even after about 10 months after the Galwan incident, tensions between China and India continued on this issue. India too was fully geared up to respond to any situation. In addition to the state-of-the-art fighter jets, even tanks were deployed on the border. The number of soldiers on the Indo-China border was also increased. On the international stage, the action of Indian soldiers in Galwan was justified. The USA clearly said that Indian soldiers have every right to defend their border. Therefore, the action taken in Galwan is completely justified.


China denied the accusations

It took about eight months for China to accept this. In February 2021, the PLA admitted for the first time that four soldiers, including their battalion commander, were killed in Galwan, while a regiment commander was seriously injured. However, the whole world speculates that China also hid the exact number of soldiers killed in this statement. China has also given posthumous medals to the soldiers killed in this clash recently.

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