[SPAM] Photographs Of Graves Of Chinese Killed In Galwan
The photographs of the Chinese military cemetery in Kangxiwa town that contains graves of PLA soldiers martyred in the 1962 Indian-Sino war are shared with false claims
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Photographs Of Graves Of Chinese Killed In Galwan
ये गलवान घाटी में भारतीय शूरवीरों के हाथों मारे गए चीन के सैनिकों की क़ब्रें हैं।मैंडरिन में लिखा है कि जून में भारतीय फौज के साथ झड़प में मारे गए हैं।
वैसे ये उम्मीद मत कीजिएगा कि इससे 'सबूत मांगो ब्रिगेड' को कोई शर्म महसूस होगी। उनका एजेंडा चलता रहेगा। बहुत मोटी चमड़ी है उनकी। pic.twitter.com/iiUIRr9MHI
— Sushant Sinha (@SushantBSinha) August 31, 2020
Picture of graves of Galwan-Chinese Casualities has emerged on Social Media
Claims Ranging from 35-106 Chinese soldiers were killed by Indian Army Jawans during #galwanvalleyclash
This is a big blow to China & Congress pic.twitter.com/3ecplYSL6L
— Rishi Bagree (@rishibagree) August 31, 2020
गलवान में मारे गए चीनी सैनिकों की क़ब्रों की तस्वीरें हैं. जिसको गिनना हो गिन ले. और दोबारा सुबूत माँग कर भारतीय सेना के शौर्य पर सवाल न उठाए. https://t.co/DkcKUVnIP7
— रोहित सरदाना (@sardanarohit) August 31, 2020
Verification: Old images of PLA cemetery are shared as graves of Chinese killed in Galwan
The photographs of the Chinese military cemetery in Kangxiwa town that contains graves of PLA soldiers martyred in the 1962 Indian-Sino war are shared with false claims. Satellite image from 2011 to report on Chinese casualties in the Galwan clashes. The news media showed the memorial in Kangxiwa that contains graves of Chinese soldiers who died in the 1962 war with India. The post was shared by many renowned journalists too.
India Today, Times Now, Swarjya, NewsX, ABP News shared the false information about the graves of Chinese killed in Galwan.
A document uploaded on the website of the Chinese Defence Ministry in April 2020 had put the total number of martyrs buried in Kangxiwa war memorial at 108. The military face-off between Indian and Chinese troops in Galwan reportedly took place in May-June.
Google Earth photo shared by main media is of 2011.
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Post Date: 04 Sep 2020
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