A mysterious fire broke out between the Indo-China troops in the Galvan Valley due to a mysterious fire. This fire was started in the tents of the Chinese soldiers.
New Delhi: VK Singh, Minister and former Chief of Army Staff in the Modi Government, has made a big disclosure on the night of June 15, in the violent clash between India and three soldiers in Galvan Valley. Talking to ABP News, he said, a mysterious fire broke out due to a mysterious fire between Indo-China soldiers in Galvan Valley. This fire was started in the tents of the Chinese soldiers.
What has VK Singh said?
General VK Singh said, in the conversation between India and China at the Lieutenant General level, it was decided that no soldiers would be present near the border. But when the commanding officer went to check at the border on the evening of June 15, he saw that all the people of China had not returned. A tent of Chinese soldiers was present there. The commanding officer asked to remove the tent. Meanwhile, when Chinese soldiers were removing the tent, a sudden fire broke out. After the fire, there was a clash between the soldiers of both the countries. Indian soldiers came to dominate the Chinese. Both countries called their own people. During the violent clashes, more than 40 Chinese soldiers were killed. This is true.
On the intervening night of 15-16 June, 20 Indian soldiers, including Colonel Santosh, were killed and 43 Chinese soldiers were also killed in a violent clash between Indo-China soldiers. This statement of General VK Singh is important because till now it was being claimed that Colonel Santosh was killed by deception, after which Indian soldiers set fire to the Chinese tent.[amazon box=”B07SDFC9QT” “small”]
Initially, it was revealed that Indian soldiers had set fire to China’s tent. But we should keep in mind that General VK Singh is a minister in the Modi government and is also a former Chief of Army Staff, so he cannot say this directly. It is possible that he has named this fire mysterious fire.