China did not enter our borders, no posts taken: PM Modi

China did not enter our borders, no posts taken: PM Modi


China did not enter our borders, no posts taken: PM Modi

New Delhi: 20 soldiers of the country were killed in a violent clash in the Galvan Valley between Indian and Chinese soldiers on Monday. There has been an atmosphere of anger in the country since this tension. Prime Minister Narendra Modi held an all-party meeting through video conferencing amid tensions with China. The PM said that all our posts are safe. Neither there has entered our border, nor have any of our posts been occupied by anyone. Today, we have this ability that no one can see us with an inch towards the ground.

The PM said that 20 of our brave martyrs were killed in Ladakh, but those who had raised their eyes towards Mother India, went to teach them a lesson. He said that of course, what the Chinese have done on LAC, the whole country is hurt, angry. This feeling has been shown repeatedly through you all during our discussion. Due to this, the areas which were not very visible earlier, now our soldiers are able to monitor them well. Till now, no one was asked, there was no interruption, now our jawans stop them, when they intervene, tension increases.

He said that in the past years the country has given priority to infrastructure development in border areas to secure its borders. Our patrolling capacity has also increased due to the newly built infrastructure, especially in LAC.

Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh informed all opposition leaders about the current situation after the violent clashes in Galvan. He said that the army on the Indian Army border is fully prepared to deal with any situation. Explain that 20 representatives of various political parties participated in this meeting.

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