India-China Standoff: Amit Shah said India is Vigilant

India-China Standoff: Amit Shah said India is Vigilant

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On Saturday the Union Home Minister, Amit Shah said on the ongoing standoff with China in Ladakh that the Indian government is all alert towards securing the country’s land and is determined that it will make sure that no one can take it away from us.

Amit Shah also added that the Indian government is taking a significant step to resolve the standoff with China in Ladakh by every diplomatic as well as military means possible.

When reporters have asked Amit Shah, the Union Minister of India about if the Chinese have entered into the Indian territory, he replied that Indian military forces are vigilant and will not allow the PLA troops even to take an inch of our land.

He also stated that the Indian government is working towards defending the freedom and safety of the country.

Indicating the upcoming Bihar election, Amit Shah expressed his confidence that the NDA will receive a two-third majority. He is sure that Nitish Kumar is going to be the succeeding chief minister of the state following the polls.

Following this, the Home Minister also stated that there is a possibility of a shift of government in the state of West Bengal post the assembly election next year and he is very optimistic that a BJP government will come in power.

As he is not happy with the law and order situation in the state and feels there is a severe need for a political party like BJP to seek a position there for the betterment of the state.

But he said that the central government is aware of the situation and will take appropriate decisions keeping everything in mind based on the governor’s report.

Talking about the LJP splitting apart from the ruling union in Bihar, Amit Shah said they were granted sufficient seats, yet they decided to walk away from the alliance.