As per defense reports, 60 PLA Soldiers were killed in a clash with the Indian Army which took place on 15th June 2020 at Galwan Valley. CCP police arrested a journalist for exposing The facts.
Well, renowned private journalists, investigator journalist, a senior reporter for a Chinese state-run media outlet, and also a defense expert was arrested by the Chinese police for exposing the actual casualty numbers of People’s Liberation Army soldiers, which is claimed to be from a secret military document that got leaked to him by mistake.
Chinese police arrested a man who goes by the name ‘Qiu Moumou’ in the Nanjing provinces of China. Qiu Moumou is a senior reporter for China’s top financial newspaper ‘Economic Observer’ which is owned by a billionaire and a senior CCP member. Reportedly, a secret document with the details about Chinese causality figured got leaked to his organization by mistake.
Later it was stopped from publishing but the senior journalist ‘Qui Moumou’ released a few bits and pieces more than enough to expose the lies propagated by the Chinese government. Qiu Moumou had over 2.5 million followers on Weibo. He was criticizing the Chinese Communist Party and the poor performance of the People’s Liberation Army at the Indochina Border region.
He has been transferred to MS's custody. The Ministry of State Security, or Guoanbu, is the civilian intelligence, security, and secret police agency of the People’s Republic of China, responsible for counter-intelligence, foreign intelligence, and political security. Its military counterpart is the Intelligence Bureau of the Joint Staff.
The Private Open Source Intelligence Investigator claimed that the Chinese government was lying about the casualty figures. And claimed there have been more than 60 PLA soldiers dead on the night of the Galwan Valley Clash.
Qiu Moumou claimed that many stretches and multiple heavy air ambulance were used to ferry 100s of Chinese troops. In which he claims some of them were alive but critical while several others were dead even before the air ambulance arrived.
On Friday, the Chinese military ended its months-long silence to say that four soldiers – Chen Hongjun, 33, Xiao Siyuan, 24, Wang Zhuoran, 24, and Chen Xiangrong, 18 – were killed in the conflict in the Galwan Valley in June. Their commanding officer Qi Fabao, 41, was badly wounded.
CCP run media also released footage of the clash showing Qi walking with open arms towards Indian troops and trying to stop them. At least 20 Indian soldiers were killed in the line of duty during the clash, the worst border conflict between China and India in decades.
Both countries increased military deployment in the area after the conflict and have only recently begun to pull back their troops.