“No One Can Stop Indian Army From Patrolling”: Rajnath Singh In Parliament

“No One Can Stop Indian Army From Patrolling”: Rajnath Singh In Parliament

Congress member AK Antony had raised the question of Indian soldiers being pushed back from traditional patrolling points.

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, responding to a question by opposition in parliament today, said no power on earth can stop the Indian Army from patrolling. The issue of dispute with China at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh was raised by Opposition. Responding to whether Chinese are not allowing Indian soldiers to patrol traditional posts, he said: “That is the reason for our fight with China.”

Rajnath Singh, after a statement in Rajya Sabha on the India-China dispute, assured opposition members that there would be no change in patrolling patterns in eastern Ladakh, the site of the dispute.

Congress member AK Antony had raised the question of Indian soldiers being pushed back from traditional patrolling points, to which the Defense Minister was responding.

“The patrolling pattern is traditional and well-defined. No power on earth can stop Indian soldiers from patrolling,” Rajnath Singh told AK Antony, who is himself a former Defense Minister.


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