PM Modi takes tough stance, China may get befitting reply after an all-party meeting
PM Modi takes tough stance, China may get befitting reply after an all-party meeting

After the bloody conflict along the border with China, PM Narendra Modi has called an all-party meeting on June 19 at 5 pm to discuss the situation of Indo-China border areas in Ladakh. In this information shared by the PM's office, it has been told that the presidents of various political parties will take part in this virtual meeting. 20 Indian soldiers have been killed in a clash with Chinese soldiers near Galvan Valley on the Ladakh border, while China has also suffered heavy losses. It has been informed by quoting sources that more than 40 Chinese soldiers are likely to be killed in this clash on the border.

Kumar Vishwas came in support of PM Modi, taunts opposition parties

On the India-China border dispute, many opposition parties including Rahul Gandhi are questioning the Modi government at the Center. However, all parties have spoken of standing with the central government. The Modi government is now working on a strategy to take all opposition parties together and resolve the border dispute with China. Therefore, the presidents of all parties have been called in the all-party meeting.

BJP president JP Nadda retaliated over opposition attacks

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has held an important meeting with the three army chiefs today amid tension on the India-China border. He also said that the martyrdom of soldiers in Galvan is quite disturbing and painful. Our soldiers demonstrated exemplary courage while performing their duty and sacrificed their lives. The country will never forget their bravery and sacrifice. In 1962, there was a war between India and China. After this, there was firing on LAC in the year 1975, in which four Indian soldiers were martyred. Since then there was no violent clash on the LAC. After about 45 years, there has been a bloody clash between the soldiers of India and China on the LAC.

Devendra Fadnavis attacked government, demanded investigation on Corona

Join NewsTrack Whatsapp group
Related News