Galwan clash: China claims New Delhi provoked clash

Tensions between both the countries India and China are increasing day by day after the India-China Galwan clash on Monday night.

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Tensions between both the countries India and China are increasing day by day after the India-China Galwan clash on Monday night.

Till now many meetings have been set between both the countries to come to a consensus. As per the latest reports, China has blamed New Delhi for the Galwan clash on June 15 and also alleged that the Ministry of External Affairs and Indian media are spreading fake news about the violent face-off.

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Galwan clash: China blames Indian media, government for fake news – Getty Image

Galwan clash: China blames Indian media, government for fake news 

In a recent interview, Chinese official and spokesperson Zhao Lijian stated that the Indian government and media are spreading fake news about the Ladakh clash. According to him, China wants to solve the differences between peace and tranquility.

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It should be noted that as per the Indian government and media Chinese troops tried to capture India’s land on June 15th which led to the violent Ladakh clash. In the small battle, 20 Indian soldiers lost their lives and many were injured. Chinese troops also faced casualties and as per reports 40 troops died but according to China this a fake story.

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