India can give befitting reply if instigated: PM Modi on Galwan clash.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the nation on Wednesday regarding the Galwan clash. PM Modi assures the nation that the sacrifice of our brave soldiers will not go in vain. He says that India is capable of giving a befitting reply if instigated by the enemy.
“The sacrifice of our soldiers along the border with China will not go in vain,” says PM Modi. PM Modi warns China and pays tribute to the martyred soldiers. His remarks come on the second day of his virtual conference with state chief ministers to discuss Covid19 situation.
Making himself loud and clear on the India-China clash in Galwan Valley PM Modi says, “India will protect and defend every inch of its territory.”
PM Modi and other’s tribute to soldiers.
During the virtual meeting PM and state chief ministers pay their tributes to the brave Indian soldiers. PM Modi and all Chief Ministers also observed a two-minute silence for the soldiers martyred in the Galwan Valley.
“Whenever there is a situation, we have shown our strength to keep India united. We have tried that differences do not come between disputes,” says PM Modi. PM Modi also reflects upon the peace loving nature of India and how India maintains friendly relations with the neighbors.
“The whole country is with the families of those who sacrificed their lives for the country. India will defend every stone, every inch of its territory. India is a peace-loving country which has always tried to maintain cooperative and friendly relations with neighbours,” says PM Modi on Ladakh standoff.
PM Modi breaking his silence on the India-China clash says that there should be no doubt in anyone’s mind that India will not fight back. “India wants peace but when instigated, India is capable of giving a befitting reply, be it any kind of situation. Let there be no doubt about this in anyone’s mind. I would like to assure the nation that the sacrifice of our jawans will not be in vain. For us, the unity and sovereignty of the country is the most important.”