PM Modi Meets Soldiers Injured in Galwan Valley Clash, Says They Make 130 cr Indians Proud

PM Modi Meets Soldiers Injured in Galwan Valley Clash
  • The soldiers raised slogans of Vande Mataram, the Defense Minister said – the morale of the army increased
  • 20 soldiers were killed in Galvan, Modi said that sacrifice will not go in vain

Prime Minister Narendra Modi suddenly visited Ladakh on Friday. In the evening he met wounded soldiers hospitalized. These soldiers were injured in clashes with Chinese soldiers in Galvan. During this time he said, “I bow to you.” I salute those mothers who gave birth to brave warriors like you, brought up and then gave them to the country. Our soldiers show their might. They face such powers that the world wants to know who these heroes are, how is their training? The whole world is analyzing your bravery. PM Modi Meets Soldiers.

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First Defense Minister Rajnath Singh was going to go

Ladakh Defense Minister Rajnath Singh was to be known, but Prime Minister Modi arrived at 9:30 am with Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat and Army Chief General MM Narwane. He first went to Leh. From there, the forward location at an altitude of 11 thousand feet in Ladakh reached Neemu. His visit came 18 days after a violent clash with China in the Galvan Valley.

PM Modi Meets Soldiers Injured in Galwan Valley Clash

Understood Army’s strategy

In Neemu, the Prime Minister understood from the Chief of Defense Staff General Rawat about the strategic deployment of the Army. Then spoke to Army, Air Force and ITBP jawans. After this, 26 minutes address was given to the soldiers. Through this address, he gave 5 messages to China.

China’s Fury Surfaced

Meanwhile, China’s Foreign Ministry said that both countries are trying to reduce tension through military and diplomatic negotiations. In such a situation, no party should do such a thing that worsens the situation.

Earlier, Modi spoke to Army, Airforce and ITBP personnel at 11,000 feet high forward location in Neemu. The distance from Neemu to China is just 250 kilometers. The Prime Minister shared a photo of the conversation with the soldiers on Instagram.

Message to the whole world along with China

Modi’s visit is seen as a message to China. Foreign affairs expert Harsh V Pant says that the Prime Minister himself is sending a message to China by reaching Ladakh that India will not leave an inch of its land, the whole of Ladakh belongs to India. This message is not only for China, but also for those countries who are in confusion about what is India’s stand?

Rajnath had a plan to leave, Modi reached

Rajnath Singh was scheduled to go to Ladakh on Thursday, but was postponed. On Friday, it was again expected that Rajnath would reach Ladakh, but suddenly Modi arrived. Modi’s visit to Ladakh is also being seen as an answer to the opposition. Rahul was constantly targeting Modi on the issue of China. He said why the Prime Minister is supporting China? They should tell everything clearly.

Modi said – we know how to answer

On June 28, in the Mann Ki Baat program, Modi said that those who looked at the land of India in Ladakh received a befitting reply. We know how to maintain friendship and respond with eyes to eyes. The country is proud of the spirit of the families of its brave sons. The whole nation is bowing down the valor of our brave soldiers who have been martyred in Ladakh.

It was said in the all-party meeting – gave the army a free hand

After the Galvan incident, Modi convened an all-party meeting on 19 June. In the meeting, he said that he has given free hand to the army. Earlier said that the martyrdom of our soldiers will not go in vain. We want peace, but if someone provokes, we are also able to respond. PM Modi Meets Soldiers.

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