Video of Clash between India-China Soldiers on Independence day at Ladakh’s Pangong Lake goes viral

Video of Clash between India-China Soldiers on Independence day at Ladakh’s Pangong Lake goes viral
A viral video on Twitter implies to demonstrate the current savage conflict amongst Indian and Chinese troopers at the Pangong Lake in Ladakh that came as the Doklam standoff entered its third month.
A video surfaced Sunday night indicating to demonstrate the August 15 conflict amongst Indian and Chinese troopers close to the Pangong Lake (or Pangong Tso) in Ladkah through which the Line of Actual Control passes.
The video, at first shared by protection journalists on Twitter, turned into a web sensation, however, its genuineness couldn’t instantly be checked. Be that as it may, the visuals in the video coordinated reports of the Independence Day India-China conflict: warriors from the two atomic equipped neighbors have seen punching and kicking each other and at last pelting stones at each other.
Fighters can likewise be seen tumbling down, apparently getting harmed, again as revealed prior a week ago. As indicated by Manu Pubby, one of the principal writers to share the video, Indian troops are the ones remaining on the correct when the video starts while Chinese PLA warriors are the ones on the left.
BREAKING: Video of violent confrontation between Indian & Chinese troops at Pangong Tso, Ladakh on Aug 15. No official comment on it yet.
The video surfaced a day after India formally affirmed that an “occurrence” had taken out at Pangong So on August 15. The Ministry of External Affairs tried to make light of the occurrence, declining to uncover subtle elements of the “episode” while saying that “peace and serenity” must be kept up amongst India and China.
“Today, I can affirm that there was an occurrence at Pangong Tso on August 15. This was in this way examined by the neighborhood armed force administrators of the two sides. Such episodes are not in light of a legitimate concern for either side. We ought to keep up peace and quietness,” External Affairs Ministry representative Raveesh Kumar said on Saturday.
“I just said there was an occurrence,” Kumar included, declining to affirm whether stones or bars had been utilized amid the Ladakh encounter, as revealed by media a week ago and found in the video from Sunday.
Sources revealed to India Today a week ago that the Ladakh quarrel went on for around an hour and was brought under control after a standard pennant bore, following which Indian and Chinese troopers withdrew to their individual positions.

The encounter itself was started after a Chinese PLA unit ran over an Indian watch on the northern bank of the Pangong Lake, which is controlled in parts by India (33%) and China (66%). The Line of Actual Control goes through the lake.

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