Union Minister G Kishan Reddy’s “Myth” Barb At China Amid Border Standoff In Ladakh

The Army and ITBP are engaged in a military standoff in Ladakh for the past few months.

Greater Noida:

The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), in developments that took place in the last few months, has broken the myth of some countries that they have a powerful army, Union minister G Kishan Reddy said on Saturday, in an indirect reference to the ongoing standoff between India and China in Ladakh.

The minister of state for home was addressing the troops of the mountain warfare-trained border force on the occasion of its 59th raising day in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh.

He did not take names but said while India believes in the philosophy of “vasudhaiva kutumbakam” or the world is one family, the culture of the country teaches it to worship both “shastra and astra” or sacred scriptures and weapons at the same time.

“This has taught us that the enemy can raise its head anytime, anywhere and we should be fully prepared to face any possibility. The ITBP is an important pillar of that preparedness of the country,” Mr Reddy said.

“The armies of some countries had a myth that they were among the powerful armies of the world, but during the developments in the past few months, the ITBP has broken that myth,” he added.

The country and its citizens are proud of the ITBP”s valour and dedication, the minister said.

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