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Air surveillance continues in Leh

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Air surveillance continues in Leh

Air surveillance continues in Leh

Strict air surveillance continued in Ladakh's Leh on June 26.

Activity was witnessed days after China and India violent face-off in Galwan valley in Ladakh.

20 Indian soldiers lost their lives in the clash.

Chinese side also suffered causalities in the face-off.


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