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    What went wrong in Galwan that caused our bravehearts to be ferocious -A brief

    After the talks between the Military leaders on 6th June, both sides agreed to pull back their forces. After pulling back, India wanted to see whether the Chinese have really pulled back. But the Indian soldiers (about 10 in number )found a tent not removed from the site and questioned them for not pulling back. The Chinese took the Indian soldiers and kept them under captivity. When the Commanding Officer came to know this, he personally went there to get his soldiers released. He was unarmed. (The instruction on the border to both countries is not to have any firearms as agreed during the past). The Chinese Army ill-treated and killed the CO who was unarmed, with nailed boots and iron rods. When this information was reported to the unit, the soldiers of that regiment could not tolerate it. A commanding officer of a unit is a father-like figure to the men in the regiment. They swung into action to take revenge. They multiplied their forces from other regiments and attacked the Chinese bravely. Many Indian commandoes trained in martial arts done their best to send many Chinese to hell. The casualties at the Chinese end is said to be more than what has been reported in the India's media.

    We are not at fault. Chinese invited this skirmish on the borders that caused many casualties to both the sides.

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    The Corps Commander level talks between the two sides concluded yesterday and it has been decided by both the sides to withdraw to their respective positions. There is no point in scrutinising the happenings in the Galwan sector based on reports at this juncture.
    “It is better to change an opinion than to persist in the wrong one." – Socrates


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