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Ladakh’s L-G Reiterates: No Chinese Occupation Of Indian Territory

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  • The .303 small guns that we used were made in Birmingham. Switzerland made the watch we got.
  • The symposium makes it easier to take a structured approach to evaluating, ranking, and buying products, and it gives actionable feedback for procurement plans.

On Monday, the Lieutenant Governor of Ladakh, B.D. Mishra, said that China has not taken over even one square inch of Indian land, and that the military is ready to give “a bloody nose” to anyone who does something wrong.

When asked about Rahul Gandhi’s comment about China taking over a big piece of land in Ladakh, he said, “I won’t comment on what anyone says. But I will say what is true because I have seen for myself that the Chinese haven’t taken over even a square inch of land.”

“It doesn’t matter what happened in 1962. But we’re living on our land to the very last inch now,” he said.

Mishra, a former Brigadier, was here to take part in the Army’s three-day North Tech Symposium.

In response to questions from reporters at the event, he said, “Our armed forces are ready for anything, and if the balloon goes up, God forbid, people will get a bloody nose from us.”

He said that the soldiers’ spirits are very, very high. “Their goal is to protect every bit of land. No one can risk coming to India with the goal of getting a base here. I think it’s all because of how well Prime Minister Narendra Modi has led the country,” he said.

When asked if guns have been chosen and bought to put along the Line of Control (LoC) to make things safer, he said that it was being done.

“When I joined the Army in 1961, there was no one from my own country in my unit. The.303 small guns that we used were made in Birmingham. Switzerland made the watch we got. He also said, “Today, there is nothing that is not native.”

At the North Tech Symposium, which started on Monday on the campus of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) on the outskirts of Jammu, many companies and new businesses are showing off their military weapons.

The symposium makes it easier to take a structured approach to evaluating, ranking, and buying products, and it gives actionable feedback for procurement plans.

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