The Indian Army has released a video song on the first anniversary of the Galwan Valley clash, in which they have paid a tribute to the Indian soldiers who fought the Chinese troops valiantly in Ladakh.
The video features a song titled ‘Galwan ke Veer’ sung by popular singer Hariharan.
The nearly five-minute video captured glimpses of the lives of soldiers deployed along the ice-capped mountains of the high-altitude region including their round-the-clock vigil, training and combat readiness to deal with any threat.
Earlier on Tuesday, the Indian Army paid homage to the Galwan martyrs and laid a wreath at the Leh War Memorial.
20 Indian soldiers had lost their lives during the clash and according to reports, China had lost 43. Earlier, Army chief General MM Naravane paid tribute to those Indian soldier martyred during the clash with the People’s Liberation Army.
The names of the 20 Army personnel were also inscribed on the National War Memorial in Delhi in January last.
A statement issued by PRO Defence, Srinagar said the “Nation will remain eternally grateful to these gallant soldiers who fought in the most difficult high altitude terrain and made the supreme sacrifice in service of the nation.