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A Chinese soldier was suspected of being killed in the line of duty in the Sino-Indian border region in November last year. His ashes were buried in Taojiang, Hunan last week. Hong Kong media "Sing Tao Daily" reported that this may indicate that the Chinese and Indian armed forces still have sporadic conflicts on the border.

As the official introduced that the soldier Wen Tao was "gloriously sacrificed in the execution of the mission," the elegiac couplet at the burial ceremony was written with words such as "blood on the plateau" and "not letting an inch of land". Some netizens who claimed to be Wen Tao's former comrades said, Wen Tao He experienced a "bad battle" on the border defense line in the snow and defended the border defense "with his own life and blood." Outsiders speculated that he might have died in the conflict between China and India.

The bloody clash between Chinese and Indian troops in the Kalwan Valley last June resulted in the deaths of at least 20 Indian soldiers and four Chinese soldiers. After this, the Chinese side did not announce whether other Chinese soldiers died in the conflict in the border area.


"Sing Tao Daily" once called Taojiang County Government, Daligang Town Government and the town's service station for veterans to learn about the details of Wen Tao's death, but could not get in touch.

According to the WeChat public account of the "Taojiang Broadcasting and Television Station" of Hunan, the burial ceremony of the ashes of Wen Tao, who was suspected of being killed in service, was held at the Taojiang Martyrs Cemetery last Friday (December 3). Bian Qingjun, director of the political work department of the army where Wen Tao was alive, was at the ceremony. At the meeting, the martyrs' approval documents and Wen Tao's deeds were read out. Public information shows that Bian Qingjun is the director of the political work department of a brigade of the 76th Army.

According to reports, Wen Tao died gloriously on November 15, 2020. He was 33 years old at the age of 33. In December of the same year, he was awarded the title of Revolutionary Martyr by the army where he was alive.


The photo shows that the elegiac couplet at the ceremony site reads "Loyal to the soul and blood sprinkling on the plateau; no land is allowed, and the martyrs' fame goes down in history."

A netizen who claimed to be a retired veteran later wrote on the Zhihu platform to mourn Wen Tao: "I cannot know what happened to you and your comrades on the border line of wind and snow on November 15 last year. A fierce battle. But I know that when the motherland gave the order, you and your comrades rushed up without hesitation and used your life and blood to defend the border defense of the motherland."

Another netizen "Jinmen Li Ge" said on Weibo that Wen Tao is the fourth-level sergeant chief of the Sirius Special Forces. Public information shows that the Sirius Commando is an anti-terrorist special forces unit in Northwest China, which is affiliated with the Western Theater.

In October this year, the WeChat public account "Mianyidao", which has a background in Chinese state media, released photos when reporting on Sino-Indian border issues and military commander-level talks between the two sides. It showed that a synthetic brigade of the 76 Group Army was in the hinterland of Kunlun Mountain at an altitude of more than 3,600 meters in early September. Conduct live-fire drills to test the actual combat capabilities of the troops.
 

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In the middle of this interview, Gen says Indian army counted PLA pick up more than 60 casualties.

It seems China takes one year to make public limited number of her casualties.
Last time they waited 10 months to say four Chinese soldiers were killed in Galwan.

To divert attention of their educated but highly censored citizens, China has to release pictures of few dozens Indian soldiers taken PoWs.

But India didn't choose to release of Picture of Chinese Colonel who was injured and taken prisoner. He was handed over to the Chinese the next day and he survived. Chinese took three days to release Indian PoWs.

China can play these little games, he knows well the cost of messing with India.
Indian soldiers laughed out loud at the hurry the Chinese soldiers left beyond finger 8 as soon as it was settles with negotiation.
Nice narrative. A photo speaks a thousand words! :enjoy:
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In the middle of this interview, Gen says Indian army counted PLA pick up more than 60 casualties.

It seems China takes one year to make public limited number of her casualties.
Last time they waited 10 months to say four Chinese soldiers were killed in Galwan.

To divert attention of their educated but highly censored citizens, China has to release pictures of few dozens Indian soldiers taken PoWs.

But India didn't choose to release of Picture of Chinese Colonel who was injured and taken prisoner. He was handed over to the Chinese the next day and he survived. Chinese took three days to release Indian PoWs.

China can play these little games, he knows well the cost of messing with India.
Indian soldiers laughed out loud at the hurry the Chinese soldiers left beyond finger 8 as soon as it was settles with negotiation.
How many of yours did you say were captured again? 10 soldiers captured was it?
 

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Nice narrative. A photo speaks a thousand words! :enjoy:
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We have photos and videos urs too.
But we respect the rights of PoWs. That's part of Indian civilizational culture.

India had 93,000 numbers of Pakistani PoWs in her prisons for more than three years.

They were engaged in labour too. They paved the Agra to Lucknow highway. Still u wont find a single photograph let alone videos of those Pakistanis prisoners on internet. Because India respected their privacy and dignity.
 

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We have photos and videos urs too.
But we respect the rights of PoWs. That's part of Indian civilizational culture.
Because India respected their privacy and dignity.


Bullsh*t. Infact, I do not have the words to call you out on your bs.
In the middle of this interview, Gen says Indian army counted PLA pick up more than 60 casualties.
We know the caliber of your incumbent and past 4 star military officers, let alone your 3 or 2 star officers.
 

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So u gauged his naval caliber from an innocuous talk during a press meet with journalists where he was trying lightening up the mood. Slow claps.
I did gauge his caliber by his speech as Admiral and Chief of Naval Staff of Republic of India Armed Forces whilst him wearing his uniform and representing both his institution and his nation.
 

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Maybe it was an accident.

Some say that Wen Tao, who did not receive posthumous merit, should have received at least second-class merit if he had died in battle. Four soldiers who died last year were posthumously awarded first-class merit.

Accidental deaths occur every year in Tibet, including one last year in which a soldier fell off a cliff and was mistakenly blamed on a clash between India and China. In fact, Tibet's harsh climate and terrain are prone to accidents.
 

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55 more stories to go...

I read the ambulance carrying some of the helicopter crash victims also involved in an accident. Then, the police convoy escorting them also had an accident.

In India, managing logistics should be more difficult than hunting internal enemies in social media, I guess.
 

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