Chinese state media tweeted a new video showing the confrontation between Indian and Chinese soldiers in June last year.
This video is released after China officially accepted it also suffered casualties in the violent faceoff and also named 4 officers and soldiers who died during the clash.
According to India over 30 Chinese soldiers were killed in Galwan and 20 Indian soldiers laid down their lives for their motherland during the Galwan clash.
The tweets by Chinese state media accuse that India troops trespassed into Chinese side.
In the video a large group of soldiers from both Indian and Chinese side seen crossing a river in biting cold and meeting on the rocky banks and some solders pushing each other to go back. At night troops from both sides seen with flashlights, batons and shields standing on the edge of a cliff and they were heard shouting in the dark.
The Galwan clash occurred between both sides when Chinese troops prevented Indian soldiers from marching up to their traditional patrolling point in the valley. The clashes were also seen in that area during 1962 Sino-Indian War.
Troops from both side pulled back troops from the south and north banks of the Pangong Lake area.
Top Official from both India and China has scheduled to meet to discuss further disengagement.
It is still not clear whether the disengagement process will happen in other areas of Eastern Ladakh along LAC (Line of Actual Control).
The Structures built by both Indian and Chinese side after April 2020 in north and south bank of Pangong Lake has been removed and the land form of the area has been restored.
China is keeping its troops from the north bank of Pangong Lake to the east of Finger 8 and Indian troops will be based on their permanent base at Dhan Singh Thapa Post which is near Finger 3.