Mumbai: The military has amended its statement regarding a cease-fire between the Indian Army and Chinese troops, killing three military personnel who were “casualties on both sides” during the de-escalation process “in a violent confrontation”. China in Galvan Valley, Ladakh
According to the Indian Army, the collision took place on Monday night.
The army said in a statement, “One officer and two soldiers are involved in the loss of life on the Indian side. Senior military officers from both sides are engaged in a meeting to avert this situation.”
This is the first violent incident on the Indo-China border since 1975 in which casualties have occurred.
Earlier looking to resolve the dispute over Chinese military buildup, India and China were holding talks in Eastern Ladakh.