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India Will Never Forget Sacrifice Of Soldiers Who Laid Down Their Lives In Galwan: Rajnath Singh

Rajnath Singh asserted that the country's armed forces are capable of giving a befitting reply to every challenge.

India Will Never Forget Sacrifice Of Soldiers Who Laid Down Their Lives In Galwan: Rajnath Singh
Twenty Indian Army personnel laid down their lives in clashes with Chinese troops in Galwan Valley on June 15 last year that marked the most serious military conflicts between the two sides in decades.
India Will Never Forget Sacrifice Of Soldiers Who Laid Down Their Lives In Galwan: Rajnath Singh
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2021-06-28T13:54:03+05:30

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said India will never forget the sacrifice of the 'Galwan bravehearts' and asserted that the country's armed forces are capable of giving a befitting reply to every challenge.

In a clear message to China from eastern Ladakh, Singh said, "India will never forget sacrifice of soldiers who laid down their lives in Galwan Valley for the country."

Addressing an event on the second day of his visit to the region, Singh said efforts should be made to find solution to issues through dialogue with neighbouring countries but at the same time noted that India will not tolerate if someone tries to threaten it.

Twenty Indian Army personnel laid down their lives in clashes with Chinese troops in Galwan Valley on June 15 last year that marked the most serious military conflicts between the two sides in decades.

In February, China officially acknowledged that five Chinese military officers and soldiers were killed in the clashes with the Indian Army though it is widely believed that the death toll was higher.

The defence minister also inaugurated 63 infrastructure projects implemented by the Border Roads Organisation in Ladakh.

Singh's three-day visit to the region came amid a deadlock in the next stage of disengagement with China at several friction points.

With PTI inputs

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