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Prime Minister Narendra Modi Warned China:- PM Narendra Modi warned China in a message after the India and China Border Violent Face-Off. He told that the sacrifice of the Indian soldiers who were killed in the clash between Indian army and Chinese army in Ladakh's Galwan Valley at Line of Actual Control (LAC) would not go in vain and while peace-loving, India is capable of giving a fitting reply if provoked.
PM Modi warned "No one should be in any doubt. India wants peace but when provoked, it is capable of giving a fitting reply, be it any situation," to China
Before starting a meeting with all states Chief Ministers on coronavirus crisis, Modi observed a two minutes of silence by paying tribute to 20 soldiers who were died in Ladakh's Galwan Valley for the country. The PM said "The country will be proud to know that our soldiers died fighting the Chinese."
PM Modi also accused, "I would like to assure the nation that the sacrifice of our jawans will not be in vain. For us, the unity and sovereignty of the country is most important."
"We never provoke anyone but we will not compromise with integrity and sovereignty. Whenever time has come, we have proved our strength and capabilities in protecting our integrity and sovereignty. Sacrifice and resilience is in our national character. But valour and courage is also our country's character," the PM warned.
To discuss the situation at Line of Actual Control at India-China border, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called an all-party meeting on Friday. All the presidents of the all political parties have been called for the all-party meeting which will be held at 5 pm on Friday via video conference.
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