Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the 3rd of July, visited Leh Ladakh to review the situation there after the Galwan Valley clash with China.
On the 15th of June, a violent clash happened between India-China. The clash took lives of 20 Indian Army soldiers and created a conflict type situation between India-China.
Post clash, India banned Chinese applications like TikTok, UC Browser, Vigo, Helo, Share me and others citing security issues.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was accompanied by General Bipin Rawat, Chief of Defence Staff and Army chief General M.M.Naravane.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also conducted a meeting with the personnel of Army, Air Force and Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP.)
Meanwhile, General Rawat visited Ladakh sector alone to review the tri-services preparedness against People’s Liberation Army (PLA.) They also conducted a meeting over the proposed de escalation and disengagement process at the four stand off points.
Mr. Modi took to his official Instagram account and shared a picture of him interacting with army personnel with a caption, “Interacting with our brave armed forces personnel at Nimu.”
The visit would be a reply to the opposition who are criticising the Modi Government and PM Modi for not handling the China crisis properly.
Rahul Gandhi, the former President of the Indian National Congress (INC) in everyday tweets criticised PM Modi related to the China crisis.
The meeting and visit is underway.
Mr. Modi is expected to return back by the end of the day on the 3rd of July.
stay tuned for further updates.