China has arrested three journalists accused of insulting the martyrdom of the army

There was a violent clash between India and China in the Galvan Valley region of eastern Ladakh last year. After which the tension between the two countries was greatly increased. At the same time, China, which had earlier denied any harm in this skirmish, officially admitted in the past that four of its soldiers had been killed in it. Some Chinese journalists raised questions raising doubts over the number of soldiers who died, according to several reports that surfaced in this case. In response, China has arrested three journalists of its own country. These journalists have been accused of insulting the martyrdom of the army.

The name of Qiu Jiming is also among the three arrested. The 38-year-old Qiu, who worked with the Economic Observer, was arrested on Saturday after the figures were released. Explain that an American intelligence report claimed that at least 35 Chinese soldiers were killed in the clash.

Qiu commented on social media about China’s figures. Along with this, he had also questioned the release of this data so late. He wrote on the Chinese social media platform, “From the perspective of India, he won and paid less.” After which he was arrested.

China has arrested three journalists  accused of insulting the martyrdom of the army
China has arrested three journalists accused of insulting the martyrdom of the army

According to the information, the other two arrested were bloggers. Let us know that the Chinese army had said on Friday that four of its soldiers were killed in this clash and one soldier later died. On June 15 last year, there was a violent clash between the two sides, after which tensions in the two countries increased manifold.