Indian Navy quietly deployed warship in South China Sea, after Galwan Clashes

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New Delhi: The Galwan valley clashes on June 15 in Eastern Ladakh has alerted Indian Army. Thereafter, the Indian Navy quietly has sailed out its frontline warship for deployment in the South China Sea. Chinese have raised objections over the move during the talks between the two sides.

The Chinese have been objecting to the presence of Indian Navy ships in the region where it has significantly expanded its presence since 2009 through artificial islands and military presence.

According to government sources, ‘Soon after the Galwan clash broke out in which 20 of our soldiers were killed, the Indian Navy deployed one of its frontline warship to the South China Sea where the People’s Liberation Army’s Navy objects to the presence of any other force claiming the majority of the waters as part of its territory

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