Amit Shah said on India China Faceoff, 'Nobody can occupy 1 inch of India's land'

Publish Date: 13 Dec, 2022 |
 

On December 9, there was a clash between the Chinese and the Indian Army on the Tawang border line in Arunachal Pradesh. However, the Indian army fought strongly and managed to drive out the Chinese army. This incident in Tawang echoed in the winter session of the Lok Sabha today. 

Amit Shah’s statement

Home Minister Amit Shah said that today there is a BJP government in the country. As long as our government is there, no one can occupy 1 inch of India's land. I appreciate the bravery shown by the soldiers of our army on the night of 8th and in the morning of 9th. The army chased away all the people who had entered in no time and protected our land.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah has also condemned the opposition for not allowing the Question Hour to run in the Lok Sabha today. Shah said that I condemn this act. While the Parliamentary Affairs Minister clearly said that Defense Minister Rajnath Singh will give a statement in Parliament on the issue of Tawang faceoff. Shah said that when I saw the list of Question Hour and after seeing question number 5, I understood the concern of the Congress.

Rajnath Singh also gives statement

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh gave a statement in Parliament on the clash between Chinese and Indian soldiers in Arunachal Pradesh. He said, on 9 December 2022, the PLA faction attempted to unilaterally change the status quo by encroaching on the LAC in the Yangtse area of Tawang sector. Our army faced this effort of China with determination. There was a scuffle in this skirmish.

 

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