Indian Army releases listing of names of 20 jawans killed in Galwan clash

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Hours just after the violent confront-off with Chinese troops at eastern Ladakh on Monday (June 15) evening, the Indian Military has produced the names of the 20 jawans killed in action.

Originally, the Army reported that a commanding officer and two troopers were killed in the clash, but later, it revised the determine to 20.

In the beginning, the Army explained that a commanding officer and two soldiers were being killed in the clash, but later, it revised the determine to 20 declaring 17 some others who ended up “critically wounded” in the line of obligation and uncovered to sub-zero temperatures at the standoff place succumbed to their accidents.

Indian Army’s statement go through, “Seventeen Indian troops who were critically hurt in the line of responsibility at the standoff area and uncovered to sub-zero temperatures in the high altitude terrain have succumbed to their accidents, using the full that have been killed in action to 20.”

Below are the names the Army troopers killed in action:

1. Col B Santosh Babu

2. Nb Sub Nuduram Soren

3. Nb Sub Mandeep Singjh

4. Nb Sub Satnam Singh

5. Hav K Palani

6. Hav Sunil Kuma

7. Hav Bipul Roy

8. Nk Deepak Kumar

9. Sep Rajesh Orang

10. Sep Kundan Kumar Ojha

11. Sep Ganesh Ram

12. Sep Chandrakanta Pradhan

13. Sep Ankush

14. Sep Gurbinder

15. Sep Gurtej Singh

16. Sep Chandan Kumar

17. Sep Kundan Kumar

18. Sep Aman Kumar

19. Sep Jai Kishore Singh

20. Sep Ganesh Hansda

From Punjab in the west to West Bengal and Bihar in the east, the 20 troopers reportedly arrived from nearly all pieces of India.

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