Twenty Indian troopers who misplaced their lives in a violent face-off with the Chinese in Ladakh final month didn’t die in useless, Prime Minister Narendra Modi advised injured troops on the military hospital in Leh on Friday, as he visited the Himalayan area to ship a message to China.
“The bravehearts who left us, have not left us without a reason. Together, you all gave a fitting reply (karara jawab bhi diya hai),” he advised the injured troopers, including their bravery might be a supply of inspiration for occasions to come back and 130 crore Indians are happy with them.
“A message has gone to the world about the valour shown by you braves. The way you stood up to the powers, the world wishes to know who are these braves? What is their training? What is their sacrifice? The world is analysing your bravery,” PM Modi stated.
“Our country has never bowed down and will never bow down to any world power, and I am able to say this because of braves like you,” he added.
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Earlier within the day, PM Modi visited Nimu in Leh to fulfill personnel of the Army, Air Force and Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), following the conflict between Indian and Chinese troops in jap Ladakh on June 15.
Accompanied by Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat, the Prime Minister reached Leh round 9.30 am. Under stress to answer Chinese aggression, PM Modi had stated after the conflict final month that the Chinese weren’t occupying any Indian territory or posts.
“The age of expansionism is over, this is the age of development. History is witness that expansionist forces have either lost or were forced to turn back,” the Prime Minister stated on Friday, with out mentioning China. Addressing troops, he stated: “The weak can never accomplish peace, the brave do.”