No more Indian soldiers in our custody, the whole of the Gulwan Valley is ours: China

June 20, 2020 by  

China says there are no Indians in its custody at the moment. At the same time, China has said that the entire Gulan Valley is under its jurisdiction.

Responding to a question at the Chinese Foreign Ministry’s daily press briefing, spokesman Lijian Xiao said: “As far as I know, there are no Indian troops in Chinese custody at the moment.”

However, he did not confirm the detention of any Indian soldiers.

According to Indian media reports, China captured four Indian officers and six soldiers after a violent clash on the night of June 15 and 16, who were released on Thursday evening.

Twenty Indian soldiers, including a colonel, were killed in the violent clash.

When asked about the anti-China protests in India and the call for a boycott of Chinese goods following the developments in the Gluan Valley, the Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said that India was responsible for what happened in Gluan. There is an army.

He said the two countries were holding talks through military and diplomatic channels and were pushing for a reduction in tensions.

The spokesperson said: “China values ??its relations with India and hopes that India will work with China to improve bilateral relations for long-term development.

The two sides will work with justice to deal with the serious situation arising out of the conflict in the Gulwan Valley, abide by the agreement reached at the commander-level meeting and return to normalcy as soon as possible. And under the agreement reached so far, we will establish peace in the border region.
What has India said?

In the wake of the recent incidents on the Indo-China border, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in an all-party meeting on Friday that no one has entered our territory and no post has been seized.

PM Modi said that India wants peace and friendship but it will not compromise on its sovereignty.

Prime Minister Modi said: “Until now, those who were not questioned, who were not stopped, now our troops are stopping them in many sectors.”

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