Indian Army images being beaten by the Chinese soldiers go viral

New Delhi, 31st May: The Indian Army has been vilified by the Chinese army’s punches, slaps, and sticks. The pictures have gone viral and the Indian generals are seeking out the viral images.

Reports say Indian Army’s morale has plummeted since the images went viral.

An Indian defense analyst Ashok Swain, while sharing the photos on social networking site Twitter, said that Indians should now know and believe in how Chinese troops are manipulating Indian troops.

Ashok Swain asks where is their Prime Minister Modi was always on fire? Now he should answer the nation how well the Chinese army has repaired our soldiers.

Ashok Swain says Indian media is no longer inciting the Indian government and army to launch a surgical strike against China. It should be of the same style that was used for Pakistan.

Ashok Swain says where is RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and his militia now, which has made life difficult for minorities in the country?

He says they should have gone against China now but they never did.

India is witnessing its worst-ever border tensions since the Kargil battle in 1999, with China bringing forward at least 5,000 troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh.

Transgressions have been reported at multiple locations in eastern Ladakh — three in the larger Hot Springs area and one in the ‘Finger’ area of Pangong lake.

In a recent development, Chinese troops have moved in “nearly 10-15 km from the Indian post-KM 120” in the Galwan Valley, and have pitched tents and stationed themselves close to the post. Post-KM 120 lies on the strategic Shyok-Daulat Beg Oldi road whose inauguration last year caused much discomfort to China.

Stay tuned to Baaghi TV for further updates!

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1 Comment
  1. Tera baaP says

    This article has been written by a muslim woman. What can anyone expect from a jihadi. Lol You will also tarnish the image of such a senior news company. Shame on you for spreading fake news .

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