Agartala: A new video of the deadly Galwan clash between the Indian Army and China's People's Liberation Army in June 2020 has appeared on Chinese online handles. The video was uploaded on social media after New Delhi and Beijing issued a joint statement in regards to the outcome of the 12th round of military talks held between the two countries on July 31.
In the 48-second video, the Indian Army soldiers are seen standing in the bone-chilling water of Galwan river and giving a strong response to the stone-throwing incidents of the PLA soldiers.
In the new video, Chinese soldiers are seen finding it hard to stay put in the Galwan River. The footage also showed visuals of close combat between Indian and Chinese soldiers.
The video was tweeted from @detresfa Twitter handle.
"Excerpts from a video interview of a PLA martyrs family shows footage of the #Galwanvalley clash between #India & #China, the stone pelting, close combat fighting, conditions of soldiers in the river & Chinese equipment on site well documented in these 45 seconds," a message on the Twitter account read.
While India has officially claimed that it lost 20 brave soldiers in the Galwan clash, the PLA initially remained silent and later claimed that four of its troops were killed in the fierce clash.
However, media reports have claimed that China lost around 30-40 soldiers in the Galwan clash.
On July 31, India and China held the 12th round of the Corps Commander Level Meeting at the Chushul-Moldo border meeting point on the Indian side and 'agreed to resolve the remaining border issues in an expeditious manner'.
Both the nuclear-powered countries have agreed to disengage troops from the patrolling point 17A, also known as Gogra, reports said.
The talks were aimed at discussing the disengagement of troops at the friction areas such as the Hot Springs, Gogra and the Depsang plains.