Important meeting in Ministry of Defense on Ladakh violence, head of the three armies will also be present

After the violent clash between the soldiers of India and China in Galvan Valley, there is an atmosphere of heavy tension between the two countries.

Rajnath Singh
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New Delhi: After the violent clash between the soldiers of India and China in Galvan Valley, there is an atmosphere of heavy tension between the two countries. There is going to be an important meeting in the Ministry of Defense on this matter in a while. The meeting will be attended by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, CDS General Bipin Rawat, and the heads of the three armies. The entire situation will be reviewed in this meeting. Let us tell you that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is keeping an eye on the whole situation.

Earlier, according to information received from sources, many soldiers were martyred due to falling in a river or moat in the darkness of night in the Galvan valley. The Chinese soldiers were equipped with nail-studded poles and barbed wire wrapped iron rods and came with complete preparation.

According to sources, about 20 soldiers of India have been martyred and China has suffered almost the same amount. The soldiers who have been martyred in India include a Colonel rank officer. There have been 43 casualties from China. Casualties include the number of casualties and seriously injured. According to high-profile sources, there may also be an increase in casualties from China. Sources say that the talks on the Chinese side have been intercepted, on the same basis that this claim is being made.

What are the diplomatic and military options against China

First option: Strict action strategy should be made against China
Second option: Need to answer China in LAC in their own language
Third option: International alliances against China needs to be formed. Countries that are against China, India should be brought them along.
Fourth option: Indian Navy to siege China at sea. China will be forced to compromise with pressure
Fifth option: India should retaliate against China

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