China's move into the Galvan Valley unacceptable and peaceful

Air Chief Marshal RKS Badouria visited Ladakh to review the readiness of the Indian Air Force in the sensitive area, where the force is carrying its fighter jets and new attack and heavy helicopters, covering 20 people in the Gallon Valley. Murder.

Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadouriya on Sunday said that the "heroic action" of 20 Indian Army personnel killed in the violent clashes with Chinese forces in the Galvan Valley in eastern Ladakh showed the military's desire to protect Indian sovereignty. Any cost ”.

Bhadouria made a low-key trip to Ladakh to review the readiness of the Indian Air Force (IAF) in the sensitive region, where two days later 20 fighters were carrying out their fighter jets and new attacks and heavy helicopters, including one commander. , Killed in Galvan Valley.

Indian Air Force Chief visited Srinagar on Wednesday and Wednesday - Indian and Chinese forces have been under pressure for more than seven weeks, as China's military operations on the controversial Line of Actual Control (LIC) have increased. Embroiled in conflict. And intensified efforts have failed.

"Please join us in paying tribute to Colonel Santosh Babu and his brave people who sacrificed their lives while protecting the LIC in the Galvan Valley."

He made these remarks during the Combined Graduation Parade (CGP) held at the Air Force Academy in Hyderabad.

"Despite the loss of life and property following China's unacceptable actions and agreements during military negotiations, all efforts are being made to resolve the current situation in the LIC peacefully," Bhadouria said.

"The security scenario in our region suggests that our armed forces are ready and alert at all times. The development of the Line of Actual Control (LIC) in Ladakh is a short snapshot, which we need to manage at short notice.

Tensions between India and China escalated after Chinese forces found the first Indian casualty in a border dispute with China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) on June 15, 1975, when Chinese troops called an Indian in the Tulung La Sector in Arunachal Pradesh. The patrolling party was shot down. Four soldiers were killed.

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