Rajnath Singh to chalk out strategy with three services chief and CDS on Tawang clash
Rajnath Singh to chalk out strategy with three services chief and CDS on Tawang clash

Itanagar: Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has called a big meeting after the clash between Indo-China soldiers in the Tawang sector in Arunachal Pradesh. The presidents of the three services and the Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) will also attend the meeting. Along with this, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar, Foreign Secretary, and Defense Secretary will also be present in the meeting. Violent clashes took place in the Tawang sector on 9 and 11 December. Soldiers from both countries were injured in this clash.

CDS Lieutenant General Anil Chauhan (retd) and Army Chief Manoj Mukund Naravane have reached to meet Rajnath Singh. It is being told that in the meeting, the chiefs of the three armies will inform Rajnath Singh about the latest situation on all the borders of the country. The reaction of Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju has also come to the fore on the Tawang clash. Rijiju has said that India is emerging as a powerful country. Cultural nationalism has been our big issue. When we talk about the ancient history of our country, there should not be any contradiction in it. Lord Krishna was from Mathura, but Rukmini was from Bhismak Nagar Arunachal. The work of connecting it was done by PM Narendra Modi, this also proves that Arunachal is a part of ancient India.

It is being told that Defense Minister Rajnath Singh can give a statement on the Tawang clash in Parliament today. Today Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Rajya Sabha member Raghav Chadha and RJD MP Manoj Jha have raised the issue of the India-China clash in Parliament. Raghav Chadha has filed a Suspension Notice in Parliament. On the other hand, Manoj Jha has given notice under Rule 267 and has raised the demand for adjournment of the House and debate on this important issue.

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