No encounter on India-China border; Indian Army calls fake video as fake


New Delhi: The Indian Army’s official confirmation that the video circulating on social media in the name of a clash at the Indo-China border is fake. The motive behind the propaganda of the video is to add to the problems at the border. At present, there are no casualties, military sources said.

It seeks to reach consensus through negotiations between the two countries. Efforts are being made under the guidance of senior military officers. Some condemn the propaganda about issues that could even affect national security. Such propaganda can only exacerbate border problems. Military sources said that the media requested the media not to broadcast any such videos.

Foreign Minister Rajnath Singh said yesterday that India and China will resolve the issue through bilateral talks. “There is no need for US mediation on the issue,” Singh said. Rajnath Singh is also reported to have clarified India’s position during a telephone conversation with US Defense Secretary Mark Esper.

Donald Trump has come up with a controversial statement about Narendra Modi’s resentment in the Indo-China dispute. However, India has already made clear that Donald Trump’s claim that he has spoken to Modi in the India-China dispute is false. According to sources, the two leaders last spoke last month on the issue of hydroxychloroquine.

Repeatedly preparing to mediate, Trump repeatedly said no. Foreign spokesman Anurag Srivastava has also indicated that he will not accept mediation. China has also made it clear that there is no need for third party intervention. India’s security has been enhanced with China’s military deployment along the border

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