Each Indian officer engaged with the conflicts with the Chinese at the Galway Valley in Ladakh on Monday night have been represented, the Indian Armed force educated yesterday.
As indicated by NDTV, ten armed force staff, including two Majors, were likewise discharged by the Chinese on Thursday evening in the wake of three long monotonous periods of exchanges. Nonetheless, there has been no official word on the issue.
Be that as it may, the Indian Armed force released an announcement explaining that no Indian soldiers were MIA.
As per the report, an aggregate of 76 Armed force staff had been attacked by the Chinese, out of which 18 had been genuinely harmed while 58 of them had supported minor wounds.
The conflict in Galway Valley is the most significant encounter between the two militaries battled in 1967 in Nathu La when India had lost around 80 fighters.