(Kajal Singh, journalist): Chief of the Indian Air Force, Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadoria said on Saturday that India is fully committed to establishing peace but will not let the “sacrifices” made in the Galwan Valley go in vain.
New Delhi: Amid violent clashes and tensions between Indian and Chinese soldiers, Chief of the Indian Air Force Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria said on Saturday that India was fully committed to establishing peace but gave in to the Galvan valley. Gone will not let the “sacrifice” go in vain. The Air Force Chief said this at the Joint Graduation Parade at the Air Force Academy near Hyderabad.
“The heroic action in the most challenging conditions has demonstrated our commitment to protect India’s sovereignty at any cost,” the Air Force chief said on Monday in the violent skirmish between the Indian and Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh. Our 20 soldiers sacrificed their lives for the country in the skirmish between India and China Army. The Indian Army has confirmed this. At the same time, sources told that 40 Chinese soldiers died or were injured in the clash.