PM Modi speaks on martyrdom of jawans in Galwan Valley

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PM Modi speaks on martyrdom of jawans in Galwan Valley. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made a statement for the first time on the dispute with China in Ladakh. PM Modi has said that the soldiers who have been martyred will not be wasted. At the same time, he said that we should be proud of our jawans, they are dead.

Ahead of talks on corona virus with chief ministers of states on Wednesday, PM Modi paid tributes to the soldiers who were martyred along the China border. Pm Modi said, “I assure the country that the sacrifice of jawans will not be wasted. He also said that soldiers were killed and killed. At the same time, two minutes of silence was also held for the martyred jawans.

PM Modi speaks on martyrdom of jawans in Galwan Valley

“We have always worked closely with our neighbours. Have always wished their development and welfare. Wherever there have been differences, we have always tried not to dispute the differences. We never provoke anyone. But don’t even compromise the integrity and sovereignty of your country. Whenever the time has come, we have demonstrated our power to protect the integrity and sovereignty of the country, to prove our capabilities.”

Nobody can stop from defence PM Modi speaks on martyrdom of jawans in Galwan Valley

“Renunciation and austerity are part of our character. Vikram and Valor are also part of our character. No one can stop us from protecting it. No one should be confused about it. India wants peace but India is able to respond reasonably to instigating india and the country will be proud of our late martyred brave soldiers that they are dead,” he said.

On the night of June 15, lac in the Galwan Valley of Ladakh was violently clashed between the Chinese and Indian forces. At 20 Indian jawans have been martyred in the violence.