Amid tense standoff with China, CMs satisfied with PM Modi's answers at all-party meet

Amid tense standoff with China, CMs satisfied with PM Modi’s answers at all-party meet

Amid rising tensions with China following the violent clashes between Indian and Chinese troops in Galwan Valley, chief ministers of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Sikkim and Meghalaya on Saturday (June 20) prolonged their assist to the Centre after the all-party assembly that was chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on June 19 to carry dialogue over the matter.

PM Modi held the all-party assembly with heads of 15 political events on Friday few days after the violent standoff with China within the Galwan Valley close to the LAC, which claimed the lives of 20 Indian troopers.

“Hon’ble PM and other Ministers gave very convincing answers at the APM. Nation is and should be united on this subject. Unity brings strength and division exhibits weaknes. Concerned by the manufactured controversy surrounding the All Party Meet yesterday. This is the time to showcase our unity and solidarity with our armed forces and not the time to point fingers or find faults,” Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy tweeted.

Telangana CMO additionally took to Twitter relating to the identical and mentioned, “We may have differences in politics but we’re united by our patriotism”.

“Prime Minister spoke on our behalf when he paid tribute to armed forces and assured India’s interest will be always protected. We are happy with the all-party meeting,” the tweet mentioned.

Sikkim Chief Minister Prem Singh Tamang (Golay) mentioned PM Modi’s remarks within the all-party assembly had been “crystal clear” in reaffirming the stand of the federal government on the China challenge.

“It was reassuring to hear that the government won’t compromise on India’s interests. Everybody also had great faith in our forces to vanquish any evil design,” he additional mentioned.

Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma that the prime minister’s solutions “clearly reflected India’s strong stand” on the subject of safeguarding the sovereignty of the nation.

“During yesterday’s all-party meeting, PM spoke extensively on the India-China situation. His answers clearly reflected India’s strong stand when it comes to safeguarding our sovereignty. All other “commentary” may be best ignored. It’s not factual or desired,” tweeted CM Conrad Sangma.

During the all-party assembly, PM Modi had mentioned that China didn’t enter Indian territory and that not one of the Indian posts has been occupied by the Chinese troops.

“Not an inch of our land has been lost, neither has anyone occupied our posts. Twenty of our bravehearts were martyred in Ladakh but they taught a lesson to those who eyed our country,” mentioned PM Modi.

“Whether it is deployment, action or counter-action, I assure that our forces in the Indian Army, Navy and Airforce are doing everything to protect the country. We have given them all the freedom to take corrective measures. Today we have the capability that no one can eye even an inch of our land. The Indian forces are capable of moving together even in different sectors now,” he added.

The prime minister additionally mentioned in the course of the assembly that infrastructure growth close to LAC has helped make the nation safe.

“In the past years, our country has focussed on the development of infrastructure in our territory to make the country more secure. We have also put importance on other requirements of our armies like fighter planes, modern helicopters and missile defence systems,” he mentioned.

“Due to the newly built infrastructure, our patrolling capacity has increased, especially at the Line of Actual Control (LAC). Because of this, vigilance has increased and we are informed about activities on the LAC on time. Our soldiers are able to monitor and respond in areas which were neglected earlier. Tension has increased now as we are interrogating every person on every nook and corner, which was not the case earlier,” famous PM Modi.

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