Didn’t let China intrude into India’s territory: Rajnath Singh


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oi-Prakash KL

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Updated: Saturday, August 13, 2022, 20:35 [IST]

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Jodhpur, Aug 13:
Defence
Minister
Rajnath
Singh
on
Saturday
India
did
not
let
China
enter
its
territory
and
appealed
to
political
parties
not
to
politicise
issues
related
to
the
country’s
security.

Didn’t let China intrude into India’s territory: Rajnath Singh

Whatever
are
the
comments
and
beliefs,
India
did
not
let
anybody
trespass
on
its
territory,
he
said.
The
government
has
accorded
top
priority
to
the
safety
and
security
of
people
of
India,
Rajnath
said
stressing
that
a
befitting
reply
will
be
given
to
anyone
who
tries
to
disturb
the
country’s
peace
and
harmony.

“Many
incidents
happened
in
this
matter,
which
only
we
two-three
people
know.
I
cannot
divulge
those
details
but
we
did
not
let
them
infiltrate
into
our
territory,”
he
said.
Rajnath
appealed
to
the
political
parties
not
to
politicise
the
issue.
Rajnath
said
the
armed
forces
are
being
equipped
with
the
latest
weapons
and
technology,
and
they
are
ready
to
deal
with
all
future
threats.

Underlining
the
importance
of
achieving
self-reliance
in
defence
production
to
build
a
strong
military,
he
said
his
ministry
has
undertaken
a
number
of
reforms
to
manufacture
indigenous
weapons.
“Due
to
the
measures
taken
by
the
government
in
the
past
a
few
years,
India
has
leapfrogged
to
find
a
place
among
the
top
25
defence
exporters
of
the
world.
By
the
end
of
this
decade,
India
will
not
only
make
defence
equipment
for
itself
but
also
fulfil
needs
of
friendly
foreign
countries,”
he
said.
Rajnath
said
the
BJP
practises
what
it
preaches
as
he
unveiled
a
statue
of
a
Rajput
general
of
the
Mughal
era
here.

“It
is
said
that
there
is
a
difference
between
what
politicians
say
and
do,”
Rajnath
said
unveiling
the
statue
Veer
Durgadas
Rathore
at
Salvan
Kalan
village
of
Jodhpur
on
the
Rajput
general’s
385th
birth
anniversary.
“But
the
BJP
does
what
it
says.
We
get
this
inspiration
from
sons
of
the
soil
like
Veer
Durgadas
Rathore,”
Rajnath
said
in
his
address.
Praising
the
installation
of
the
statue,
Rajnath
said
Rathore
stood
for
religious
harmony.
“We
need
to
learn
from
him
at
a
time
when
some
powers
are
conspiring
to
widen
the
rift
between
Hindus
and
Muslims,”
he
said.
Earlier
in
the
day,
Rajnath
was
received
by
Union
Jal
Shakti
Mantri
Gajendra
Singh
Shekhawat,
Rajya
Sabha
MP
Rajendra
Gehlot
and
other
BJP
leaders
at
the
airport
here.



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