The Chinese observation post was manned by 10-12 soldiers who were told by the Indian patrol to go away but they refused. The Chinese had called for reinforcements from their rear positions in the Galwan river valley who came with around 300-350 people. They built up troops on higher ground around the observation post and kept the stones and weapons ready for launching an attack on the Indian troops. As soon as the Indian troops came, they attacked resulting in the death of 16 Bihar CO. Indian troops fight ferociously despite being heavily outnumbered and stones raining from the higher ground. A total of around 100 troops took part in the operations from the Indian side while the Chinese had over 350 people on the location. However, the Bihari troops had managed to uproot the Chinese position there at the Patrolling Point 14.

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