A blogger from China has punished by the government for defaming the Chinese soldiers who were killed in the clash with Indian troops at the Galwan Valley last year.
Qiu Ziming described the whole incident on Tuesday. He also added that the blogger has around 2.5 million followers, but now he will in jail from Monday for eight months.
This was the first reported case of a suspect being charged after China passed a new law in 2018 which stipulates that it is illegal to defame the country’s heroes and martyrs.
The blogger was also asked to apologies publicly for the incident through major domestic portals and the national media within 10 days to eliminate the negative impact,