PM Modi has issued a statement on the dispute with China in Ladakh. PM Modi has said that the soldiers who have been martyred will not go in vain. With this, he said that we should be proud of our soldiers, they are killed by beating.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made the first statement on the dispute with China in Ladakh. PM Modi has said that the soldiers who have been martyred will not go in vain. With this, he said that we should be proud of our soldier, they are killed by beating.
On Wednesday, before the talks with the Chief Ministers of the states on the Corona virus, PM Modi paid tribute to the soldiers who died on the China border. PM Modi said that I assure the country that the sacrifice of soldiers will not go in vain. He also said that soldiers are killed by beating. Along with this, a two-minute silence was also kept for the martyred soldiers.
At the same time, while responding to China in strong words, PM Modi said that no one should have confusion, doubt. India is able to respond appropriately on provocation. India wants peace, but it also knows how to respond. India will not compromise its integrity.
Significantly, on the night of 15 June, there has been a violent clash in the army of China and India on the LAC in the Galwan Valley of Ladakh. 20 Indian soldiers have died in this violence. It is also known that there have been about 40 casualties of China, but now China has not officially given any number. At the same time, China has accused India of taking action. Whereas India has clearly said that this whole incident is the result of China’s blight.
There is still tension on the border. However, negotiations are also going on. Meanwhile, PM Modi has called an all-party meeting on June 19. At the same time, before this, PM Modi has paid tribute to the soldier amid criticisms of the opposition.
On the other hand, it has also come to know that India can take tough economic decisions against China. There will be strictness regarding the sugar project. Projects in which Chinese companies have secured agreements can be canceled. These include the Meerut Rapid Rail project, whose bid has been received by the Chinese company.