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Pictures of the Indian army being captured by the Chinese army last year in the Gulwan Valley went viral

Pictures of the Indian army being captured by the Chinese army last year in the Gulwan Valley went viral

Pictures of the Indian army being captured by the Chinese army last year in the Gulwan Valley went viral

fact check,Pictures of the Indian Army's demise at the hands of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) last year have gone viral on Facebook and Twitter, including Chinese social media.

Last year, Chinese and Indian forces clashed several times in Ladakh, a disputed border area between China and India, and 20 soldiers, including an Indian army colonel, were killed in a clash.

In addition to killing 20 Indian soldiers, the Chinese army arrested 10 officers, including a lieutenant colonel and two majors, who were later released.politifact, More than 80 Indian soldiers were wounded in the clash. In addition, the forces of the two countries came face to face.

snopes fact check,Also last month, Indian media claimed that 200 Chinese troops had tried to infiltrate near the Arunachal Pradesh Line of Actual Control (LAC) but were repulsed by the Indian military. ۔

The Chinese media denied the Indian media's claim that the Chinese troops were on a routine patrol and were present in their area, but no one was detained by the Indian military.

debate fact check,Following the false propaganda of the Indian media, pictures of Indian soldiers are going viral on Facebook and Twitter, including Chinese social media, which are said to be the pictures of Indian soldiers killed and detained in large numbers in the Gulwan Valley. ۔

Dozens of defeated Indian soldiers can be seen in these pictures, who are surrounded by the Chinese People's Liberation Army.debate fact check,

In the pictures, several Indian soldiers can be seen injured while Chinese soldiers can be seen collecting weapons of the Indian army and taking control of their outpost.

Indian minister's son arrested for crushing farmers

fact check sites,Police have arrested the son of a minister accused of killing farmers in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh (UP).

According to Indian media, a senior police official said that Ashish Mishra, son of the Union Minister, was arrested last evening after 10 hours of interrogation.

Facebook fact-checker,Indian media say the court has sent the minister's son to jail on a 14-day judicial remand.

It may be recalled that on October 3, four farmers were killed in a drive-by shooting in Lakhimpur Kheri district of Uttar Pradesh. According to local police, after the incident, angry protesters set fire to a car in Ashish Mishra's convoy. Washington Post fact-checker,People also died.Farmers say the vehicle used to crush the protesters belonged to Ashish Mishra.

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