Rajnath Singh: Things changed after 2014… India’s jawans giving right message

Amid the ongoing controversy over a Pentagon report on the creation of a civilian village by China inside the “disputed area” between the Tibet Autonomous Region and Arunachal Pradesh, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday said that after 2014, India’s soldiers are not able to fight against their neighbours. “Controversial Areas” The message was to get it”.

Addressing the silver jubilee celebrations of All India Ex-Servicemen Services Council in Lucknow, Rajnath said, “People are talking about the development of a village on the border of Arunachal Pradesh. I don’t want to discuss its status here… If I say something here, it will become international news. But we are also no less. Now this much has been confirmed, whatever it may be, I will answer.

Rajnath said that India has never had a history of attacking any other country and has never occupied any other country’s land.

Targeting Pakistan for its relations with terrorists, Rajnath said without naming China, ‘We have another neighbor. No need to name it… In view of its growing power, many countries did not oppose its actions as they should have. Earlier our situation was similar. Earlier India also did not oppose the action of that neighbor, but after 2014 things have changed.. Our soldiers have been successful in giving the neighbor the message it should have received.