All 76 jawans injured in the violent clash between India and China in Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh are out of danger. At the same time, some reports were claiming that 10 Indian soldiers were missing. The Indian Army has denied this and said that none of our jawans are missing. The army said that the lives of all 76 injured soldiers are out of danger and they will return to duty soon. 20 Indian soldiers were martyred in this violent clash.
Indian Army sources told news agency ANI that the condition of any jawan is not critical till Thursday afternoon. With this, 58 jawans received minor injuries. Sources informed that the condition of all the soldiers is out of danger at the moment. 18 soldiers have been admitted to Leh Hospital. All these soldiers can join duty in 15 days. At the same time, 58 jawans who have received minor injuries can return to the front within a week.
Earlier, the Indian Army on Thursday dismissed media reports that claimed that many of its soldiers were missing after violent clashes with Chinese troops in the Galvan Valley of eastern Ladakh. The army said in a statement, it has been clarified that no Indian soldiers are missing.
Major General Level talks were again held between India and China on Thursday to reduce the tension on the LAC. This meeting lasted for more than 6 hours. Military level talks are being held in both countries to reduce the tension on LAC since early May.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has convened an all-party digital meeting today to discuss the situation on the India-China border. This meeting has been convened at a time when opposition parties are demanding detailed information about the violent clashes in Ladakh.