The virtual gathering will be held at 5 pm on June 19 in which issues identified with the go head to head between the Indian powers and Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) officers at patrolling point number 14 in eastern Ladakh will be examined.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday (June 17) chose to hold an all-party meeting on June 19 to examine the India-China outskirt issue following the brutal faceoff among Indian and Chinese soldiers on Monday night in Ladakh’s Galwan Valley on the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
In a tweet today, the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) stated, “So as to talk about the circumstance in the India-China outskirt regions, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hosts required an all-gathering meeting at 5 p.m. on nineteenth June. Leaders of different ideological groups would participate in this virtual gathering.”
The virtual gathering will be held at 5 pm on June 19 in which issues identified with the go head to head between the Indian powers and Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) warriors at patrolling point number 14 in eastern Ladakh will be talked about. The leaders of different gatherings will partake in the gathering.
Quite, the assault on Indian Army work force by the Chinese PLA occurred on Monday night and proceeded for right around six to seven hours.
As per reports, Indian helicopters on Tuesday flew around multiple times to bring bodies and harmed Indian Army work force from the site of the assault in the Galwan Valley in the Ladakh area.
Prior on Tuesday night, Indian Army gave an announcement saying, “17 Indian soldiers who were fundamentally harmed in the line of obligation at the deadlock area and presented to below zero temperatures in the high elevation territory have capitulated to their wounds, taking the all out that were killed in real life to 20.”