Sunday, June 21, 2020

India warns china as the military conflict continues

india warns china

Indian PM Narendra Modi has said that his country is hurt and angry on the following Monday's border clash wit Chinese troops in which at least 20 Indian soldiers have been killed. Each side blames the other for the violent and deadliest clash in the disputed Himalayan region. The Prime minister has warned that he has given the Indian army free hand to respond to any new aggression from China.

Indian PM Narendra Modi lied to his public that no territory was lost in the incident. However, the satellite images show that in the Galway valley china has already built concrete enforced infrastructure including an airbase.