while giving a stern message to china PM modi has said that, those who cast an evil eye on Indian territory will be given has harsh reply in every possible way.
India could manage all kind of adversities in present conditions and will respond to protect sovereignty of the nation .
While speaking on Galwan valley clash in this mid June, where Indian army lost his 20 personnel including a colonel on focusing this particular issue is said ” India always seek friendship with her neighborhood with every possible way but this is not her weakness , our soldiers are capable enough to respond abruptly to any aggression with there arms to protect mother India.”
“Self reliant nation will be tribute to our martyred soldiers”
In his address PM Modi has also said that if we really wants give homage to our ‘jawans’ then we have to be reliant on our self in every field so that there could not be dependency on other nations for goods in normal or emergency conditions.
This is the first Mann Ki Baat episode after the face-off in Ladakh from month of may.
The PM also extended his condolences towards the families of the soldiers who were martyred in the Galwan Valley clash.
“The inner sense of pride that families feel on the supreme sacrifice of their brave sons and family members and their sentiment towards the nation, constitutes the true power and dignity of the might of the country.”
The external affairs ministry has squarely blamed China for the standoff along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) at eastern laddakh regions , saying China had massed Indian troops along the disputed borders since May, violated a recent understanding to de-escalate in Galwan Valley and disregarded all mutually agreements and agreed norms for border patrols parties.
Accusing China of triggering and starting several face-offs by trying to unilaterally change the status of the frontiers along the LAC, the Indian side rejected the Chinese side’s “unjustified and untenable step” claim on Galwan Valley and the lake area.
The statement also acknowledged that both sides “remain deployed in large numbers of troops in the region”.