New Delhi , Aug 20 : Retorting to the video showing skirmish between Indian and Chinese forces in Ladakh, Defence Expert P.K. Sehgal on Sunday said that the visuals have vindicated New Delhi's stand made by the Indian Army on Independence Day.
Calling the Chinese Army as undisciplined, P.K. Sehgal said that the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) is becoming a rouge army and that they should be ashamed of themselves of resorting to stone pelting.
Sehgal also asserted that such act of frustration show that the Chinese are not able to digest the inching defeat on the Doklam issue.
"The video clearly vindicates the statement made by the Indian army on August 15. This video clearly brings out that Chinese army is becoming a rouge army; it is an undisciplined army. No professional army in the world resorts to stone pelting. They should be ashamed of what they have done. This video exposes in totality the fact that the Chinese are increasingly frustrated over not getting through the Doklam issue," said Sehgal.
Fresh visuals have emerged showing evidence of a major altercation between Indian and Chinese forces at Ladakh.
The visuals show that a stone pelting incident took place at Pangong Tso Lake in Ladakh.
In the visuals, Chinese soldiers are seen throwing stones and bashing Indo-Tibetan border personnel (ITBP) with iron rods.
However, when the Indian official made claims on August 15 in regard with the incident, China blatantly denied and said that it was not aware of reports of PLA soldiers entering Indian territory, while asserting that it is committed in maintaining peace and tranquillity along the border.
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