A report has been published by the Global Times newspaper said that “Chinese troops also suffered causalities in the first such clash since 1975.”

A report revealed that three Indian army personnel, containing a commanding officer have been killed in a violent face-off with the Chinese soldiers in the Himalayan area of Laddakh, said by an Indian army representative.

The editor-in-chief of China’s Global Times newspaper said on Tuesday that “The Chinese military also suffered casualties in the clash. It was the first such confrontation between the two Asian giants since 1975 in which soldiers have died.”

Hu Xijin cleared his stance with a tweet without any detail and said “Based on what I know, the Chinese side also suffered casualties in the Galwan Valley physical clash. I want to tell the Indian side, don’t be arrogant, and misread China’s restraint as being weak. China doesn’t want to have a clash with India, but we don’t fear it.”

This incident on Monday night pulled up the troops from both sides to get ready and this happening has been followed by weeks of rising tensions among both sides in the region.

The Indian army orator said in a statement that “During the de-escalation process underway in the Galwan Valley, a violent face-off took place yesterday night with casualties. The loss of lives on the Indian side includes an officer and two soldiers.”

“Senior military officials of the two sides are currently meeting at the venue to defuse the situation,” he added.

Tamil Nadu, Ajai Shukla, a retired army officer, and a military predictor revealed that “the recent clash will result in political pressure on the Indian government to act upon.”

“This is an extremely serious confrontation, probably the most serious since 1975 when four Indian troops were killed by the Chinese soldiers on the border,” he added.

“The Indian government was actually downplaying the whole thing, except that this latest incident has blown the roof off that position,” he concluded.

A regional tension over the 3,500 kilometers (2,200-mile) frontier, which has never been completely defined is creating a flare of worry between both sides of region.

In the recent face-off incident, thousands of troops from both of nuclear-armed neighbors came up on the screen with heavy armored trucks and artillery in the Laddakh region, bordering Tibet since May.

A statement has been passed by Indian officials that “Chinese soldiers crossed the boundary at three different points, erecting tents and guard posts and ignoring verbal warnings to leave. That triggered shouting matches, stone-throwing and fistfights.”

The talks have been held. As the armed persons along diplomats conducted a series of meeting to give a try to end the stance, with no development.

Elizabeth Puranam from New Delhi said that “the Indian defence minister is expected to meet the defense chiefs and the minister of external affairs later on Tuesday over the matter.”

“We have two sides saying they are trying to de-escalate the situation. We’ve had meetings for about 10 days now and yet these deaths have taken place despite these assurances,” she added.

The accusations by China on this border is making this incident more noticeable. A worth living strategy needs to be designed. The control of this border dispute is the utmost thing to do.

Lives are already on risk due to coronavirus, do not let people kill each other on such disputes. The world is already facing the pandemic. People and nations need to understand this. Do not create more fuss.

Do you think the same as we do?