India today dismissed China's case that the Galwan Valley episode in Eastern Ladakh on 15 june last year occurred because indian soldiers infringed upon the Chinese region illicitly. "We reject such articulations. Our situation as to advancements last year along the LAC in Eastern Ladakh has been clear and predictable. It was the provocative conduct and one-sided endeavours of the Chinese side to change about in repudiation of all our respective arrangements that brought about the genuine aggravation of harmony and peacefulness. This has additionally affected two-sided relations," Ministry of External Affairs representative Arindam Bagchi said when requested remarks on Beijing's charge that india abused all serenity and arrangements.
The indian representative said External Affairs minister S jaishankar has as of now underscored in his gathering with Chinese Foreign minister Wang Yi recently that New delhi expected that the Chinese side would run after the early goal of the leftover issues along the LAC in Eastern Ladakh while completely keeping respective arrangements and conventions. Twenty indian warriors, including their Commanding Officer Col Santosh Babu, were killed in a grisly conflict with the People's Liberation army (PLA) troops in the Galwan Valley occurrence that had carried the two nations extremely close to war.
China as of late conceded that it had additionally lost four of its soldiers in the episode.