China Admits Death Of Its Five Military Personnel In Galwan Valley Clash
After an eight-month-long mum, China on February 19 acknowledged for the first time that it had also lost its five military personnel in Galwan Valley clash. Reportedly, China's Central Military Commission has posthumously honoured the soldiers who died in the deadliest India-China clash in over four decades. Moreover, one among the killed was the regimental commander of the People's Liberation Army. The acknowledgement has come amid the ongoing disengagement process along the LAC.