On the ongoing deadlock along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Galvan Valley with China, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that India knows to be friendly, but if one looks at its land, it knows how to respond appropriately.
In the monthly radio program ‘Mann Ki Baat 2.0’ on AIR, the Prime Minister, while remembering the Indian soldiers who were martyred in the Galvan Valley, assured the nation that their sacrifice would not go in vain.
He said that the world has seen India’s commitment to protect its borders and sovereignty. He said that our brave soldiers showed that they will never let the glory of Mother Bharati come to light.
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All our soldiers were martyred in Ladakh. The entire nation is bowing to his valor. The whole country is grateful to him. The whole country is bowing before them. Every Indian is also feeling the pain of losing them.
Referring to the Kovid-19 epidemic, the Prime Minister said that the country is facing this crisis firmly on one side. On the other hand, it is also dealing with the challenges presented by some neighbors.
He said that six-seven months from now, where did we know that a crisis like Corona will come and this fight against it will go so long. This crisis has remained, new challenges are coming up in the country from above.
Be the vocal for the Prime Minister-Local amid opposition to China’s goods
Against the backdrop of Chinese goods, PM Modi strongly advocated the use of indigenous products. He said that if people will buy local products and be vocal for local then they will play their role in strengthening the country. Kajik, a young woman from Assam,
said that after the incident in East Ladakh, she has taken a pledge to buy local products. Such messages are being received from every corner of the country. This service of the public also strengthens the country. Referring to a saying between China and China,
the PM said that if a person is evil by nature, he uses the knowledge in controversy, the use of money in boasting and the use of power to hurt others. Vidya, knowledge for wealth, austerity for money, is used to protect India has always used its strength with this spirit.
Approval for import of power equipment from China
In the midst of border confrontation with China, the Union Ministry of Power has decided to make security of the electrical system more vigilant. Before importing power equipment from neighboring countries like China, it will be necessary to get its approval. Power Minister RK Singh said that the imported power equipment will be strictly investigated.