There is big news amidst the ongoing tension in China-India. The Beijing-backed AIIB-Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank has approved a loan of $ 750 million (about Rs 5700 crore) for India.
The border dispute between India and China (India-China Rift) has taken a serious form. On Monday night, Chinese soldiers in Galvan Valley carried out a savage attack on Indian soldiers.
According to a senior government official who was informed about the information given by the Indian soldiers undergoing treatment after this attack, Chinese soldiers attacked them with barbed wire iron rods. In this attack, 16 Bihar Regiment soldiers were killed.
Why China’s bank gave loan? – AIIB said on Wednesday that it has approved a loan to help the weaker sections in the fight against coronavirus in India. The project, co-financed by the Asian Development Bank, aims to provide financial assistance to businesses, strengthen social security networks, and improve healthcare.
Earlier in May, AIIB approved a $ 500 million loan to help combat the Corona epidemic in India. Both these loans are part of the AIIB’s $ 10 billion funding facility that AIIB has announced to give to the public and private sector to fight the Corona epidemic.
Let us know that there has been a record increase in deaths due to corona virus in India. During the last 24 hours, more than 2000 people have died due to Covid-19.
Maharashtra and Delhi have the largest share in this. Actually, these deaths from corona virus were not recorded earlier. Corona virus infection cases have increased to 3.50 lakh in the country.
During the last 24 hours, 10,914 new cases have been reported. On 13 June, the number of infected in the country was 3 lakh. For the past week, more than 10,000 new cases are coming to the country every day.