PM Modi To Meet Indian Army Bravehearts Who Were Injured In Galwan Valley Clash With China

PM Modi To Meet Indian Army Bravehearts Who Were Injured In Galwan Valley Clash With ChinaPrime Minister Narendra Modi in Ladakh

In what will be a big morale booster for the Indian Armed Forces, Prime Minister Narendra Modi would meet the brave soldiers who were injured during the Galwan Valley clash with China on 15 June, Hindustan Times has reported.

Prime Minister Modi in a surprise visit landed in Leh on Friday morning (3 July) to pay a visit to troops in forward areas, who are locked in a stand-off with China.

Accompanied by Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat and Indian Army Chief M M Naravane, Prime Minster Modi interacted with Army, Air Force and ITBP personnel while visiting Nimu.

He as a result is expected to visit a military hospital in the area which is housing the injured troops.

While the Indian Army personnel were ambushed by the Chinese at Galwan despite deescalation agreements, the latter fought back bravely and inflicted over 40 casualties on the Chinese side as a revenge against Commanding Officer Colonel Santosh Babu's death.

It was reported that the Chinese were in a state of panic after witnessing Indian Army's sheer fighting force and even began fleeing into their side of the