BOOM found that Jianli Yang who was credited as the source never said 100 Chinese soldiers died in the clash at Galwan.
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BOOM found that the video can be traced online to November 2016 with several news articles indicating it could be from...
The photo had been taken in the Chinese city of Guangzhou.
The video has circulated online since at least March 2020, months before the Galwan Valley clash.
BOOM was able to geo-locate where the picture was taken and found that it was shot in Leh and not the Galwan Valley.
The video has been online since at least December 2019, months before the Galwan Valley clash between India and China.