International newspapers and US Military veterans confirm higher casualties on Chinese side in Galwan valley clash

    16-Jun-2020   
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US Army colonel Lawrence Sellin has asked China "Don't mess with India". He said that despite the Indian losses, the Indian Army deliveries punishing casualties on the Chinese People's Liberation Army aggressors.
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Headline of Express UK report on India-China standoff in Ladakh
Express newspaper of UK has also confirmed that 'India slaughters 5 Chinese soldiers in bloody massacre as border tensions erupt'. The same news report says that US Army colonel Lawrence Sellin tweeted telling China "don't mess with India". He said: China - Don't mess with India. Despite the tragic Indian losses, the Indian Army deliveries punishing casualties on the Chinese People's Liberation Army aggressors." 
 
Earlier, the editor-in-chief of China's official English Daily Global Times had confirmed that several Chinese soldiers have been killed by Indian Army in a violent clash in Gawlan, Ladakh last night. Editor-in-chief Hu Shijin has tweeted that according to his information, there were many casualties on the Chinese side in the clash in the Galvan Valley last night. However, Hu Shijin in his tweet took the opportunity to threaten India with war.
 
New reports from various sources in Indian media say that 5 Chinese soldiers were killed and 11 were injured. The source of the news was quoted as a reporter of Global Times. On this, Global Times tweeted and clarified that Global Times has not reported the actual number of soldiers killed anywhere, nor can they confirm these numbers at the moment but seemed to accept that there were a number of casualties on the Chinese side.
 
 
It is clear from the tweet of Global Times and the tweet of their editor that many Chinese soldiers have been killed in the clash. But the Chinese media is still hesitant to accept and disclose the numbers. Earlier, the Indian Army also confirmed the killing of Chinese soldiers but no numbers were revealed.
 

Express UK report _1  
 
Senior journalist Aditya Raj Kaul tweeted: "Unofficial reports say China has lost 4-5 People’s Liberation Army soldiers after their violent provocation yesterday in Eastern Ladakh. "Considering they’ve been hiding their #COVID19 cases and deaths, one can imagine the manipulation in the casualties they faced in border clash", he tweeted.