New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made a surprise visit on today’s morning and interacted with the Indian Army after the June 15 border fight with China in which 20 soldiers were killed in the line of duty. Prime minter’s visit is a message to China, that displayed persistent violence at the frontier with satellite images spotted intrusion.
Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat and Army Chief MM Naravane attend the PM as he traveled around the region, met with soldiers and was briefed on the face-off with China since early May.
In images, PM Modi sat in a camouflage tent as he spoke out against the Himalayan background to the troops sitting at a distance from each other. He had been at a forward location in Nimu, according to the office of the Prime Minister. He reached there by chopper from Leh early in the morning, and will return later today.
“Interacting with our brave armed forces personnel at Nimu” the PM shared with an image on his instagram handle.
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