PM Narendra Modi suddenly reached Leh on Friday morning along with Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) General Vipin Rawat and Army Chief Manoj Mukund Narwane. Along with taking stock of India’s preparedness on the border against China’s aggressive People’s Liberation Army (PLA), PM Modi has raised the spirits of India’s zealous soldiers from the sky. It is believed that the PM has given a strong message to the dragon that Hindustan is ready to answer him in his language.
PM Modi’s decision to go to the Ladakh sector was finalized on Thursday evening. National Security Advisor Ajit Doval had discussed this with CDS Bipin Rawat. PM Modi, Ajit Doval and then army chief Bipin Rawat had also faced Chinese aggression during the Doklam standoff in 2017 and forced China to retreat.
PM Modi was informed about the situation in Nimoo Army Headquarters by Northern Army Commander Lt Gen YK Joshi and 14 Corps Commander Lt Gen Harinder Singh in Leh. The PM met with the soldiers at Nimoo. This is the forward area of Leh. It is considered extremely important for PM Modi to come in this way and meet the soldiers at a height of about 11 thousand feet.
The arrival of PM Modi and Army top officers here is a step to greatly boost the spirits of Indian soldiers stationed in East Ladakh. PM’s departure is a clear and blunt message to China. The dragon has been told how seriously India is taking this tension and their nefarious antics.
However, a spokesman for the Foreign Ministry on Thursday said that appealed to China to end the border tension soon, but the Chinese border will take time to retreat, as China is not in the mood to resolve the problem through dialogue. Even talking peace, the PLA is going to take time to withdraw troops from Galvan, Gogra, Hot Spring and Pangong Tso Point.
According to military commanders, the Chinese military is still claiming all positions of tension. She is showing off by taking some soldiers and trains behind, but in fact the gathering of soldiers and weapons is being increased. The PLA soldiers are adamant in the Galvan Valley and are augmenting the infrastructure.
India is also responding strongly to China’s aggression. The Indian Army and Air Force personnel are fully prepared to respond to any Chinese aggression or daring. A senior military officer said, “The spirits of the soldiers and officers are very high, especially after the June 15 clash.” We do not want to start any skirmish, but any aggressiveness of the front side will give a befitting reply. ”