Modi did not any talk against China

The Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi has addressed the nation. In his 16-minute speech, Narendra Modi did not say a word against China. The corona situation of the country is included in the whole speech.

His speech was broadcast on state television at 4 pm on Tuesday.

Indian media outlet NDTV says this is his first address to his nation since 20 Indian soldiers were killed in a clash between two neighboring countries in Ladakh on June 15.

In his speech, Modi highlighted the situation in the country. He said the coronavirus situation in India was better than in other parts of the world, adding that the timely lockdown had prevented a large number of coronavirus infections.

According to the Indian government, about 600 million people in the country will get free food grains by November. He also said that the project will cost Rs 90,000 crore.

Earlier on Sunday, Modi had said on the Mann Ki Baat radio program that those who have been watching Indian territory in Ladakh have been given a fair answer.

Modi said that just as India knows how to make friends, it also knows how to respond to enemies. Our brave soldiers have made sure that no one will be spared from attacking the motherland.

Meanwhile, a new satellite image released by the Indian media shows Beijing drawing huge Chinese inscriptions and maps in the opposition area of ​​Pangong. Giant Chinese inscriptions and maps have been drawn between Finger 4 and Finger 5. These drawings have been made in an area of ​​at least 61 meters long and 25 meters long.

According to satellite images obtained by NDTV, Chinese troops are deployed in large numbers in the region. They have stopped patrolling the Indian army.

At least 16 army barracks, shelters and tents of various sizes have been set up in the area, which China is already trying to occupy, according to satellite images.

However, there is talk of a military meeting between the two neighboring countries on Tuesday. However, analysts are skeptical of the meeting. They say there has been renewed tension in New Delhi over China’s actions.

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