Soldiers of both India and China were killed in a violent clash on the night of June 15 in the Galvan Valley of eastern Ladakh. But the respect of soldiers and their families in China is not far known to the public even the names of the soldiers who died fighting. While trying to pacify the families of Chinese soldiers seeking the honor of martyrs like India, the dragon has said that they will tell later.
Hu Shijin, editor of the ruling Chinese Communist Party mouthpiece Global Times, wrote in an article, “The highest honor is given to those who die in the military and the society will be informed at the right time, so that the heroes are respected and remembered.” To which they are entitled.
It is written two days after the video surfaced in which the families of the soldiers killed in the PLA were expressing their indignation and demanding respect like martyrs of India. He said that martyrs are highly respected in India, but neither honor nor recognition is given here.
However, the Global Times has acknowledged that the Chinese soldiers were killed in the clash, but claimed to be less than 20. The Chinese government is still silent on this issue. He is also not ready to tell the country how many soldiers died on the border.
Hu wrote, “So far the Chinese Army has not given any information about the killed soldiers. I think this is a necessary step, which is not intended to provoke the sentiments of the peoples of the two countries. “He dismissed claims that 40 Chinese soldiers were killed in the attack.