June 15 marks the 2nd anniversary of the deadly clash between Indian troops & the Chinese PLA soldiers at Galwan Valley in Ladakh.

The Galwan clash was the first deadly skirmish along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in five decades.

Around 20 Indian soldiers and 38 Chinese troops lost their lives in the clashes.

An article in the Australian newspaper ‘The Klaxon’ revealed that at least 38 PLA troops drowned while crossing a river in the darkness.

The Indian Army & Chinese PLA have so far held 15 rounds of talks to resolve the standoff.

The last meeting was held on May 31 when officials agreed to continue discussions in the 16th meeting of military commanders.

However there are still around 60,000 troops each from both sides in the Ladakh region.

Sakshi Post pays tributes to the 20 martyrs who laid down their lives for the nation.