Monthly Archives: June 2020
Between 6-20 Chinese soldiers killed, 11 injured in Galwan Valley clash with Indian Army, reports Chinese media, 3 Indian combatants martyred.
Taking to micro-blogging site Twitter, Global Times reporter, Wang Wenwen, said that no bullets were fired and it was hand-to-hand combat.
Five soldiers of China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) were killed and 11 others injured in Ladakh’s Galwan Valley clash with Indian Army, the Chinese media reported on Tuesday.
Wenwen cited reports saying that the incident took place at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) on the China-India border on June 15.
In eastern Ladakh, a Colonel-rank Army officer and two soldiers were killed during a violent clash with Chinese troops at one of the standoff points in the Galwan Valley. The martyred officer is Colonel Santosh Babu, Commanding Officer of 16 Bihar Regiment, along with two valiant soldiers while commanding an infantry battalion. The incident took place on June 15 at night.
The ‘shocking’ bloodshed incident at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) is a first to take place in the last 45 years.
Confirming the report, an Army official said that the incident came during the de-escalation process underway in the Galwan Valley and that senior military officials of both sides are currently meeting to defuse the situation.
While calling India to not take unilateral action on the killing of its troops in the border standoff, China accused Indian soldiers of crossing border and attacking Chinese personnel, that caused the latest standoff.
Details of what exactly led to the violent face-off are not clear at the moment although reports state that no firearms were used and deaths took place after stones were pelted by troops from both sides.
A large number of Indian and Chinese troops were engaged in an eyeball-to-eyeball situation in Galwan Valley and certain other areas of eastern Ladakh for the last five weeks said PTI. The Indian and Chinese armies are engaged in a standoff in Pangong Tso, Galwan Valley, Demchok, and Daulat Beg Oldie in eastern Ladakh.
A sizeable number of Chinese Army personnel even transgressed into the Indian side of the de-facto border in several areas including Pangong Tso.
The Indian Army has been fiercely objecting to the transgressions and demanded their immediate withdrawal for the restoration of peace and tranquillity in the area. Both sides held a series of talks in the last few days to resolve the row.
Senior PFI leaders murder pregnant elephant by feeding explosives stuffed fruites.
3 ppl have been found guilty of feeding the elephant with a pineapple bomb.
Abdul Kareem, Nizayudeen both Indian Muslim League members and the estate security person Wilson who is a Congress party member.
Sandeep Varier, BJP Spokesperson, accuses an Indian Muslim League MLA for forcing the powers to get bail for one of the League members who is now absconding. Another League member is also absconding. So now only Wilson the patsy is in the police station.
All three are said to be working on an estate in Malapuram. There is also a rumour that the estate owner is one Riyas who is also absconding.
What is Kerala Government trying to hide?
Why is #1 CM trying to give the explosive in a pineapple fed to an elephant a decided communal flavour?
Why are CPM leaders in Delhi frantically trying to stitch up a fake fraud victim narrative for Muslims in this case?
Why is the Government of Kerala focussing on and insisting on name of the district where the elephant was found as opposed to focussing on the inhuman act perpetrated against a helpless animal violating all animal protection laws of this land?
Will the Govt of Kerala kindly show transparency on a few pertinent points..
- What is the boundary line of the estate where the elephant was fed the bomb pineapple? Were the estate owners over running into forest land?
If this is true then is it possible that the hungry and pregnant elephant was fed this pineapple bomb on forest territory? That then gives this crime a whole different angle doesn’t it?
- Why were banned explosive material found in the bomb remnants on the elephant?
How did these estate owners and workers get this material?
What other illegal weapons and chemicals are being manufactured in the estates surrounding our forests and to what purpose?
This goes into the domain of the #NIA .
- Why did a Indian Muslim League MLA come hurriedly to the police station and bail out one of the two accused? Where is the accused now?
- Who force fed the elephant this bomb? And why? Was it an experiment gone wrong?
The Kerala Government is duty bound to keep we, the ppl informed if terrorist activity such as large scale manufacturing of explosives, chemicals and other weapons is going on in these remote estates.