Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said has given a befitting response to those who dared to eye her territory in Ladakh.
"In Ladakh, a befitting reply has been given those coveting ur territories. India knows how to maintain friendships but it can also look someone in the eye and retaliate and give an apt reply," said today in his monthly radio address Mann ki Baat, referring to the clash with Chinese troops in Galwan Valley on June 15, reported Hindustan Times.
"Our brave soldiers have shown that they will not let any harm be done to Mother India's pride," he added.
He was referring to the violent face-off between Indian and Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh's Galwan Valley on June 15. Twenty Indian soldiers, including the commanding officer of Bihar Regiment, were killed that day.
The Prime Minister in his last Mann Ki Baat episode on May 31 cautioned that the battle against the coronavirus pandemic is a long one as he warned against complacency and reiterated the need for social distancing and wearing masks.
Modi had also said although every section of the society has been affected by the viral pandemic but the pain felt by the poor cannot be measured in words.