Death of 3 soldiers in Ladhak: China requests India not to take unilateral actions

Following the death of 3 Indian soldiers in the border, China’s Foreign Ministry has asked about Indian Army reporting casualties in clash with China. The ministry urged India not to not take unilateral actions or stir up trouble, reports Reuters.

Meanwhile, Beijing has accused India of crossing border and ‘attacking Chinese personnel’. No further information is available from Indian agencies.

As per reports, it was last night 3 soldiers including one Indian commanding officer and two soldiers killed in the firing in Ladakh.

As per reports, it was during the course of the negotiations, two soldiers were coming face to face with the Chinese troops in Ladakh. The situation has caused panic among the people as it is the first time since the 1975 war, tensions on the Chinese border have led to the deaths of soldiers.