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Air chief RKS Bhadauria: Sacrifice of 'Braves of Galwan' will not go in vain

IndiaTimes Saturday, 20 June 2020 ()
In the backdrop of the Indian Army-People’s Liberation Army, China stand-off in Ladakh on June 15 and as many as 20 Indian army soldiers being killed, Indian Air Force (IAF) chief RKS Bhadauria has said the sacrifice of the ‘braves of Galwan’ would not go in vain.
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