The Indian and Chinese side held Major General-level talks on Thursday for the third consecutive day in which troops were removed as well as to restore normalcy to the areas around the Galwan Valley.
Ladakh Clash: The Indian Army has said that no Indian soldiers involved in violent clashes with the Chinese Army are missing in the Galwan Valley of eastern Ladakh on Monday and Tuesday. This was said by the army on Thursday evening. Meanwhile, according to people related to the case, after three days of talks, ten Indian Army personnel including two majors have been released by the Chinese Army. By the way, nothing has been said about this officially. Without giving any details, the army said in a brief statement, "It is clarified that no Indian soldier is missing in action." In a violent clash in the Galvan Valley, 20 Indian soldiers lost their lives, according to reports. About 45 soldiers have died.
The last time in July 1962, after the conflict in the Galwan Valley, the Chinese Army had arrested Indian soldiers. At that time, at least 30 Indian soldiers were killed and several dozens were captured by the Chinese army after a fierce struggle. Military sources said a total of 76 army personnel were brutally attacked by the Chinese Army on Monday, of which 18 were seriously injured and 58 were moderately injured. He said that 18 personnel are being treated in one hospital in Leh while 58 others are admitted in various hospitals.
The Indian and Chinese side held Major General-level talks on Thursday for the third consecutive day, with the removal of troops, as well as the restoration of normalcy in the surrounding areas of the Galwan Valley. Galvan after the 1967 conflict in Nathu La The conflict of the valley is the biggest confrontation between the soldiers of the two countries, at that time around 80 soldiers of India lost their lives while the number of dead from China was more than 300.