Indian Troops Hoist National Flag At Galwan Valley On New Year

Galwan, 4/1: The Indian Army has hoisted the tricolor in the Galwan Valley of Ladakh on the occasion of New Year. According to sources in the security agencies, the Indian Army personnel had hoisted the national flag in Galwan on New Year’s Eve. The pictures were released three days after Chinese state media played a purported video of PLA soldiers sending New Year greetings to Chinese people from a location near the Galwan Valley region.


A few days ago, according to the news of China’s official newspaper ‘Global Times’, China had announced the names of Chinese characters, Tibetan and Roman alphabet for 15 more places in India’s northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh. China claims Arunachal Pradesh to be south of Tibet.


3,488 km long LAC between India and China

India, however, categorically rejected China’s move to rename 15 places in Arunachal Pradesh, asserting that the state has always been and always will be an integral part of India because of the fact that it was “fabricated” by the names. do not very. India and China share a 3,488-km-long Line of Actual Control (LAC) on which there is a dispute between the two.

In 2017 also China tried to change some names in Arunachal

Responding to a media query on reports of China changing the names of some places in Arunachal Pradesh to its own language, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi had said that China had sought such names in April 2017 as well. After the conflict in Galvan Valley in 2020, several rounds of military and diplomatic talks have ended in view of the deadlock.


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