Whatever will be necessary for the security of the country, will be done soon: PM Modi
- Prime Minister Narendra Modi convenes all-party meeting on India-China border dispute through videoconferencing.
- All party leaders paid tribute to the martyrs of Galvan Valley at the beginning of the meeting.
- Defense Minister Rajnath Singh informed all the leaders about the situation of Indian Army and Ladakh.
- Major leaders of 20 political parties attended the meeting
- Most parties, including TMC, NCP, DMK, supported the government and the army.
- On behalf of the Congress President Sonia Gandhi, the government asked many sharp questions
An all-party meeting called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the border dispute between China and India has started. The government has not invited Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party for this meeting. You have expressed displeasure over this.
The meeting has been attended by the presidents of different parties, India-China border dispute is being discussed in the meeting. According to sources, only parties that have more than five MPs have received an invitation to attend this meeting.
PM Narendra Modi gave information about the current situationNeither they have infiltrated our border, nor any post occupied by them (China). Our 20 soldiers were martyred, but those who raised eyes towards Mother India were taught a lesson.
Whether it is deployment, action, retaliation… air, land or sea, our armed forces will do whatever it takes to protect our country.
Today, we have the ability that no one can even look at an inch of our land. The Armed Forces of India have the capability to move to multiple areas at once.