外媒报道丨中印冲突印度幸存者:解放军野蛮追捕印度军队

提示:
① 本文为印度媒体报道,仅用来佐证6月15日晚中国官兵的勇猛表现及0伤亡情况。
② 本文明显扭曲了很多真相,比如加勒万河所在的拉达克地区本为就是中国领土,加勒万河谷更是1962年中国收复并控制的地区。本次边界冲突,也是由于印度采用吞食政策,率先建设基地并向前推进引起。

原标题:幸存者说,解放军死亡小队以野蛮的执行狂潮在加尔万追捕了印度军队

图片丨Planet Labs提供的这张卫星照片显示了2020年6月16日在印度和中国之间的实际控制线附近的拉达克地区的加勒万河谷地区。
图片丨Planet Labs提供的这张卫星照片显示了,2020年6月16日在印度和中国之间的实际控制线附近的拉达克地区的加勒万河谷地区。

周一晚上,激烈的肉搏战在加勒万河谷持续了长达8个多小时。当时,解放军手持打狗棒,追捕比哈尔16团官兵。一位印度政府高级官员向News18透露了这些消息,他熟悉在列城医院治疗的受伤士兵。

如此野蛮、原始的冷兵器战斗,在现代军事历史上几乎没有什么相似的事例。

据确认,中印加勒万河谷冲突已经夺走了至少23名印度士兵的生命,其中包括比哈尔邦16团的指挥官桑托什·巴布上校。其中许多人是由于长时间暴露在零下的温度下而丧命。

一名军官说:“空手逃到山坡上的人,也会被追捕。” “死者包括那些为逃脱而拼命跳入加勒万河的人。”

政府消息人士说,至少还有二十二名士兵正在与危及生命的伤势作斗争,目前已有超过110多名士兵需要治疗。了解详情的军官说:“伤亡人数可能会上升。”

News18最初在周二报道,在加勒万河谷的战斗,始于巴布上校指挥的部队拆除了位于加勒万河口附近,一个代号为14号位置附近搭建的中国帐篷。该帐篷是在列城第十四军团团长哈林德·辛格中将与新疆军区负责人林刘少将会晤后拆除的。

不过,在两将军在楚舒尔举行的会议上达成的脱离接触的两天内,解放军在印度宣称拥有领土的第14巡逻点建立了一个新帐篷。政府消息人士说,巴布上校的部门被命令确保拆除帐篷。

(注:实际情况是,印度趁西藏暴乱之机,占领本属于中国领土的加勒万河谷,并驱赶中方边防人员、修建工事。1962年中国无奈反击,全歼印军收复河谷。为缓和紧张关系,中方主动后撤出加勒万河口。但是印军后来又重新侵占加勒万河口,还沿河谷推进了5公里。我军无奈又将其驱赶回去,并在河口山顶设下巡逻哨,以监视什约克河对面印军去向。这便是我军在此巡逻设岗的原因。)

消息人士称,出于尚不清楚的原因,解放军拒绝撤离第14点(违反了6月6日的协议?事实是本次冲突因印度率先改变现状引起,而且不同意后撤,中方撤离等于放弃领土。),导致中国人的帐篷被烧毁。

政府消息人士说,解放军指控巴布上校的士兵越过了分隔双方的缓冲区,违反了边界管理协议,该协议要求使用白旗和标语向另一侧发出信号,表示必须从其领土撤退开启。

一位消息人士说,驻扎在第14点上方高岭上的中国军队还向印度阵地扔了大块石头。尽管有印度士兵使用解放军携带的简易武器进行了反击,但大多数人没有防御能力。

印度军事官员说,解放军已于周一早上将大量印军尸体移交,可能有人在战斗中被拖走,然后被杀。

这次伤亡是印度军队自1999年卡吉尔战争以来的最惨重损失,也是自1967年以来印度与中国之间的最激烈战斗。当时88名印度士兵以及也许多达340名解放军在那图附近发生了激烈的冲突而被杀。

北京方面尚未就解放军在战斗中造成的伤亡人数发表官方声明,但印度军方声称已截获军事通讯,暗示有40多名解放军士兵也可能被杀或受伤(仅有数人受伤,大多为崴脚、手肿伤)。

早在5月5日,印度和中国军队以及边防部队在加勒万河谷以南的班公湖附近进行了类似的野蛮战斗。军方消息人士说,第11团的指挥官维杰·拉纳上校仍在接受治疗,冲突让他伤痕累累。

一位政府高级官员告诉News18:“显然,公众会希望得到答案,其中包括为何无法支持在加勒万被袭击的部队,以及为什么无法及时运回伤亡人员。政府将对这些问题进行全面调查。”

对于解放军同意撤离后为什么在第14点搭起帐篷没有提供任何解释。除了在第14点撤军外,6月6日的协议还要求结束在另一个代号为15点的地点发生的对峙,并撤出驻扎在第17点的第三个地点的部队和装甲运兵车。

专家认为,危机的爆发是由于中国担心印度的物流基础设施发展可能导致其占领迄今只能巡逻的有争议领土。

在1962年中印战争结束后发布的地图中,解放军声称已经建立了对整个加勒万河谷的控制权。

但是,在战争之后,中国人民解放军从其1962年防线撤退,使印度军队得以恢复在1962年防线以东数十公里处的巡逻地点,到达印度声称是拉丁美洲和加勒比地区的位置。(1962年为缓和关系中方主动后撤,并非放弃。)

在1980年代,中国启动了重要的边境工程计划,这导致了印度声称拥有的几个位于拉美和加勒比地区的一侧的地区,如班公的八指山脊,由人民解放军实际控制。

相关现场照片:《中印边境对峙冲突伤亡真相,关于中方伤亡人数的最新消息》 https://baiyunju.cc/5296

英文原文:

PLA Death Squads Hunted Down Indian Troops in Galwan in Savage Execution Spree, Say Survivors

The killings mark the Indian Army’s worst losses since the 1999 Kargil war, and mark the most intense fighting between India and China since 1967.

This satellite photo provided by Planet Labs shows the Galwan Valley area in the Ladakh region near the Line of Actual Control between India and China on June 16, 2020. (Planet Labs via AP)

Furious hand-to-hand fighting raged across the Galwan river valley for over eight hours on Monday night, as People’s Liberation Army assault teams armed with iron rods as well as batons wrapped in barbed wire hunted down and slaughtered troops of the 16 Bihar Regiment, a senior government official familiar with the debriefing of survivors at hospitals in Leh has told News18.

The savage combat, with few parallels in the history of modern armies, is confirmed to have claimed the lives of at least 23 Indian soldiers, including 16 Bihar’s commanding officer, Colonel Santosh Babu, many because of protracted exposure to sub-zero temperatures the Indian Army said late on Tuesday.

“Even unarmed men who fled into the hillsides were hunted down and killed,” one officer said. “The dead include men who jumped into the Galwan river in a desperate effort to escape.”

Government sources say at least another two dozen soldiers are battling life-threatening injuries, and over 110 have needed treatment. “The toll will likely go up,” a military officer with knowledge of the issue said.

The fighting at Galwan, News18 had first reported on Tuesday, began after troops under Colonel Babu’s command dismantled a Chinese tent sent up near a position code-named Patrol Point 14, close to the mouth of the Galwan river. The tent had been dismantled following a meeting between Lieutenant General Harinder Singh, who commands the Leh-based XIV Corps, and Major-General Lin Liu, the head of the Xinjiang military district

Inside two days of the disengagement agreed to at the two Generals’ meeting in Chushul, though, the PLA set up a fresh tent at Patrol Point 14, inside territory claimed by India. Colonel Babu’s unit, government sources said, was ordered to ensure the tent was removed.

For reasons that remain unclear, the PLA refused to vacate Point 14 — reneging on the June 6 agreement — leading to a melee in which the Chinese tent was burned down, the sources said. In ongoing dialogue with division-level military commanders of the two armies in Galwan, a bid to bring about de-escalation, the PLA has alleged troops of the 16 Bihar were responsible for the incident.

The PLA, government sources have said, alleges Colonel Babu’s troops crossed a buffer zone separating the two sides, violating border-management protocols which mandates the use of white flags and banners to signal to the other side that it must turn back from the territory it is on.

The burning of the tent, the sources said, was followed by stone-pelting on Sunday, and then a massive Monday night attack on the 16 Bihar’s unprepared troops. Large rocks were also thrown towards the Indian positions by Chinese troops stationed on the high ridge above Point 14, one source said. Though some fought back using the improvised weapons carried by the PLA, most had no means of defence.

Large numbers of dead bodies, Indian military officials say, were handed over by the PLA on Monday morning — possibly men dragged away in the course of hand-to-hand fighting, and then killed.

The killings mark the Indian Army’s worst losses since the 1999 Kargil war, and mark the most intense fighting between India and China since 1967, when 88 Indian soldiers and perhaps as many as 340 PLA troops were killed in the course of intense skirmishes near the Nathu La and Cho La passes, the gateways to the strategically-vital Chumbi valley.

Beijing has issued no official statement on the numbers of casualties the PLA suffered in in the fighting, but the Indian Army claims it has intercepted military communication suggesting over 40 PLA soldiers may also have been killed or injured.

Earlier, on May 5, Indian and Chinese troops, as well as border guards, had engaged in similar, brutal fighting near the Pangong Lake, south of the Galwan valley. The commanding officer of the 11 Mahar Regiment, Colonel Vijay Rana, is still being treated for life-threatening wounds sustaining during the fighting, army sources say.

“There are obviously questions the public will want answers to,” a senior government official told News18, “including why the troops under attack at Galwan could not be supported, and why casualties could not be evacuated. The government will conduct a full investigation of these issues.”

No explanation has been offered for why the PLA pitched a tent at Point 14 after agreeing to a withdrawal. In addition to a drawdown at Point 14, the June 6 agreement had mandated an end to a standoff unfolding at another location code-named Point 15, and a withdrawal of troops and armoured personnel carriers stationed at the third location, Point 17.

Experts believe the crisis unfolding along the LAC is driven by China’s concerns that India’s development of logistical infrastructure could lead it to occupy contested territories it has until now only been able to patrol.

In maps published in 1962, after the end of the China-India war that year, the PLA asserted it had established control of the entire Galwan valley. Lightly-armed Indian troops of the 5 Jat Regiment, whose supply lines had been choked for months, held out against an entire PLA battalion at one key post in Galwan, losing 32 of the 68 troops stationed there before running out of ammunition.

Following the war, though, the PLA pulled back from its 1962 line, allowing Indian troops to resume patrolling ground dozens of kilometres to the east of the 1962 line, reaching the positions that India claims to be the LAC.

In the 1980s, China launched major border-works programmes which led several areas claimed by India to lie on its side of the LAC — like the Finger 8 ridge in Pangong — to be physically held by the PLA.

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