India vs China War About Study

India-China War: China Has No ‘Military Advantage’ Over ‘Battle-Hardened’ Indian Army – CNN

India-China War: “India is by far the more experienced and battle-hardened side, having fought a series of limited and low-intensity conflicts in its recent past. China, on the other hand, has not experienced the crucible of combat since its conflict with Vietnam in 1979.

A full-scale India-China war looks unlikely however the last time India and China engaged in a conventional war was in 1962 over the same Himalayan region where at least 20 Indian soldiers were killed recently, writes the CNN.

How Many Chinese Soldiers Were Killed In The India-China Clash At Galwan Valley / Ladakh?

India lost 20 soldiers in Galwan Valley / Ladakh border clash, but how many Chinese soldiers were killed in violent border clash? The Chinese government has not yet revealed the number of casualties suffered by the People’s Liberation Army during the Galwan Valley clash, however media reports reveal some details.
Sources in the Indian government are citing ‘some’ U.S. intelligence reports which claim that 35 Chinese soldiers were killed during the violent clash with the Indian army. The figure, however, is a combination of a total number of soldiers killed and wounded.

Government sources revealed to media that the Chinese side suffered “proportionate casualties” but it does not have a clear picture of the number of Chinese soldiers killed as well as those injured in the clash.

CNN Wrote: At least 20 Indian soldiers were killed in a bloody brawl with Chinese troops on Monday in the Galwan Valley, close to Aksai Chin, an area controlled by China but claimed by both countries. It is unclear if or how many Chinese soldiers died.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi spoke out in favour of a diplomatic resolution to the India-China border conflict in his phone call with his Indian counterpart S. Jaishankar. Wang said “mutual suspicion and friction are the way of evil and run counter to the fundamental wishes of both countries’ people,” according to a statement released by China’s foreign ministry.

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