13 Dec 2022

India China Army Clashed At LAC In Arunachal On Dec 9, Soldiers From Both Sides Injured

On 9 December, there was a clash between the soldiers of India and China on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Arunachal Pradesh. In this skirmish in the Tawang sector, some soldiers from both sides suffered minor injuries. Six injured jawans have been brought to Guwahati hospital for treatment. According to the report, Chinese soldiers wanted to remove an Indian post in Tawang area. It is learnt that the injuries on the Chinese side could be higher.

Chinese army suffered a lot more damage 

The Indian Army gave a befitting reply to the Chinese incursion. In this incident, the Chinese army suffered a lot more damage than the Indian army. According to media reports, the clash took place at an altitude of 17,000 feet. 300 Chinese soldiers tried to infiltrate, but Indian soldiers were already prepared for such an act.

Commander level talks took place

After the incident, commander level talks took place and soldiers from both the sides withdrew from there. In this area, both the armies have been making their respective claims on some parts. This dispute has been going on since 2006.

Earlier on 15 June 2020, 20 Indian soldiers were martyred in a clash between the two armies in the Galvan Valley of Ladakh, while 38 Chinese soldiers were killed. Although China had accepted that its 4 soldiers were killed.

There is an agreement between the two countries at the military level. Under this, the soldiers of both the countries will not use fire arms i.e. rifles or any similar weapon within a fixed radius. Usually the soldiers of both the countries push each other back with their hands. Barbed batons were used by Chinese soldiers in the Galwan clash. After this, Indian soldiers also started using similar electric batons and barbed sticks. Therefore, now China gets a befitting reply.

Last year, 200 Chinese soldiers tried to infiltrate in the same area. Even then Indian soldiers had foiled it.

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