PM Narendra Modi stated,”20 of those bravehearts were martyred in Ladakh but not until they taught a lesson to people who raised a watch in Bharat Mata.”
Neither is anybody within our borders nor possess some of our articles been seized, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday in an all-party meeting called to talk about the conflict with Chinese forces from Ladakh where 20 Indian soldiers lost their lives that week.
“Neither is anybody sitting within our borders is any article been recorded. The whole nation is hurt and angry by what China did in the LAC (Line of Actual Control),” PM Modi stated, categorically rejecting proposals that the Chinese had were still sitting on Indian land.
“that I wish to assure you that our forces will save no effort to guard our nation. These days, we’ve got the capacity that nobody is able to look at an inch of the land,” PM Modi stated.
“While we’ve given a completely free hand to our own armed forces, diplomatically too we’ve made our stand clear about China.
“Due to infrastructure, notably across the LAC, our patrolling capacity has gone up. Owing to that endurance has gone upward and events occurring on the LAC have been reported,” he explained.
At the initial such violent struggle in almost half a century, Indian soldiers had been attacked with iron sticks and nightclubs wrapped in barbed wire laced with claws in the struggle with the Chinese at Galwan Valley in southern Ladakh on Monday, near the Line of Actual Control. A ridge was thrown away and a few of the soldiers dropped to the lake Galwan.
The dramatic escalation in hostilities came after months of accounts from the Chinese ramping up their army presence in the region and intruding into Indian land during the authorities claimed there was no reason for concern.
Talking two weeks following the experience with Chinese forces, PM Modi had stated he wished to assure the state that the forfeit of Indian soldiers wouldn’t go in vain and India, whilst peace-loving, is effective at giving a fitting answer if provoked.