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India-China border row: No Indian troops missing in action, clarifies Army

Military sources said a total of 76 Army personnel were brutally assaulted by the Chinese army on Monday out of which 18 were seriously injured while 58 of them sustained minor injuries

Demonstrators burn Chinese products and photos of President Xi Jinping during a protest against China on Indo-China clash at Galwan valley in Ladakh, in Patna
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Demonstrators burn Chinese products and photos of President Xi Jinping during a protest against China on Indo-China clash at Galwan valley in Ladakh, in Patna

Press Trust of India New Delhi
All Indian soldiers involved in the deadly clashes with the Chinese army at the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh on Monday night have been accounted for, the Indian Army said on Thursday evening.
The clarification came in the wake of reports that 10 Army personnel including two Majors were held captive by Chinese military after the hand-to-hand clashes in Galwan Valley that left 20 Indian soldiers dead.
"It is clarified that there are no Indian troops missing in action," the Army said in a brief statement without elaborating.
Military sources said a total of 76 Army personnel were brutally assaulted by the Chinese

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First Published: Jun 19 2020 | 10:42 AM IST

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