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No formal inquiry into Galwan Valley conflict: Indian Army denies newspaper report

NEW DELHI: The Army on Tuesday mentioned it’s now not carrying out an inquiry into the conflict with Chinese infantrymen at Galwan on June 15, denying that the subject has been regarded into via senior officials led via Lt Gen BS Raju, the 15 Corps Commander.

“It is reiterated that the info of the item are unsuitable and no courtroom of inquiry has been ordered via the Indian Army as referred to within the article,” mentioned Army Spokesperson Col Aman Anand according to an editorial revealed on this newspaper on Tuesday. The spokesperson added that the report has “tried to sensationalize the Galwan Valley incident” via publishing “uncorroborated info”.

ET had reported that the Army concluded an inquiry into the Galwan conflict during which 20 Indian infantrymen misplaced their lives. As according to priority, inquiries are carried out into primary incidents via the militia, particularly during which lives were misplaced. The procedure is passed through to establish if there were any lapses or oversight. The Army had, for example, performed a courtroom of inquiry into the 2016 Uri incident during which 19 infantrymen have been killed in a fear assault.

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