#ModiinLeh – Congress leader Manish Sharma on PM Modi’s visit to Leh – When Indira went, she did two pieces of Pakistan.

PM Modi met the injured soldiers in Galvan Valley. PM Modi’s arrival in Leh is a big message amid tension with China.

New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Leh on Friday morning to take stock of the situation, 18 days after the violent clashes in the Galvan Valley of East Ladakh with Chinese forces. The PM interacted with Army, Air Force and ITBP personnel in Neemu. Now the politics has started on this visit of PM. Congress leader Manish Tiwari has given his first reaction.

Congress leader Manish Tiwari shared a picture of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s visit to Leh, writing, “When Indira Gandhi visited Leh, Pakistan was divided into two pieces. Now let’s see what PM Modi does?”

this picture of Indira Gandhi is from the year 1971. Then Indira Gandhi addressed the soldiers in Leh, which is about 220 km from Galvan Valley. It was only in 1971 that there was a war between India and Pakistan and after Bangladesh was born. This picture of Indira has been going viral on social media for a long time.

Suddenly, PM Modi reached Leh
Amidst the India-China border dispute, Prime Minister Narendra Modi suddenly reached Leh today. Modi reached Neemu and interacted with Army, Air Force and ITBP soldiers. This place is located at an altitude of 11,000 feet. It is surrounded by the Zanskar range on the banks of the Indus. On 15 June, there was a clash in Galvan on the southern bank of the river.

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However, the Chinese side has not yet disclosed the number of casualties from its side. The Chinese patrol was ambushed by Chinese soldiers in Arunachal Pradesh. This was the first time in the conflicts with the Chinese People’s Liberation Army since 1975 when the Indian Army has suffered the martyrdom of its jawans.

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