China denies burial of troops killed in Galwan valley clash, says report

According to a US intelligence assessment, China has been reluctant to show courtesy to their own soldiers who laid down their lives in Galwan valley clash. The Chinese government is pressuring the families of soldiers not to conduct burials and in-person funeral ceremonies.

According to report, the Chinese government is mistreating the slain soldiers’ families, At first, the government refused to accept the casualties on its side following the incident and now it has denied burial of the fallen soldiers.

The US intelligence assessment states that China is not accepting that its soldiers have been killed in the showdown in order to cover up an episode that Beijing appears to consider a blunder, reported the U.S. News.

China has not yet revealed the exact number of casualties occurred in the Galwan valley clash. American intelligence believes that 35 soldiers of China were killed.

On the other side, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi conveyed his condolences to the bereaved families of the Indian Army personnel and said that the sacrifice of these families is ” worth worshipping”.


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