Amid the ongoing stalemate with China in Ladakh, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday said the Modi government was fully aware of saving every inch of land in the country and no one would be able to occupy it. Amit Shah further said that the government is taking all possible military and diplomatic steps to resolve the stalemate with China in Ladakh.
Asked if China had entered Indian territory, he told a news channel, “We are aware of every inch of our territory, no one can catch it.” Our defense forces and leadership are capable of defending the country’s sovereignty and borders. The Home Minister further said that the government is committed to the sovereignty and security of the country.
In the run-up to the forthcoming Bihar Assembly elections, Shah expressed confidence that the NDA would get a two-thirds majority. He said that after the election, Nitish Kumar would be the next Chief Minister of the state. The home minister said the government would change after the assembly elections in West Bengal next year and the BJP would come to power there.
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“We think we will fight hard and form a government in West Bengal,” he said. He said the law and order situation in West Bengal was serious and political parties like the BJP had the right to demand the imposition of presidential rule there. When Amit Shah was asked if the BJP would win more seats in Bihar than the JDU, he said, “The central government will take appropriate decision in line with the constitution and on the basis of the governor’s report.”
Said, Agar, there is no mention of Mugar. Nitish Kumar will be the next Chief Minister of Bihar. We have made a public announcement and we are committed to it. Referring to the separation of the Lok Janshakti Party from the ruling alliance in Bihar, Shah said that although the party was offered a sufficient number of seats, they split from the alliance. “It was his decision, not ours,” he said.