On this, Naidu said that this is a sensitive issue and the army is standing on the border. He suggested that the Defense Minister should call a meeting of key leaders in his room. On this occasion, the concerned officials can also come and give information. He said that there is a propaganda going on at the international level that there is a difference of opinion on this issue in India. He said that we should give such a message from this House that the whole country and parliament are united with the army.
Naidu said that India's tradition and culture has been based on 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam' and 'Sarvejana Sukhina Bhavantu'. He said, 'In the history of thousands of years, we have never attacked any country. No such example will be found.
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Leader of Opposition in the House Ghulam Nabi Azad said that we are all on the issue of unity and integrity of the country. He said that his party is fully standing with the government on the issue of dispute with China. But there should be no compromise and in April, they (Chinese soldiers) should go where they were. This should be our effort. Anand Sharma of Congress said that there should be no doubt about this that there will be no unity in India. He said that this voice should be echoed from the whole country that we are proud of our army. Sharma emphasized that the situation should be restored before tensions between the two countries on the border arise.
JD (U) RCP Singh said, 'China has been an ungrateful country. We helped him get permanent membership of UN Security Council, we insisted on Panchsheel but he showed aggression in return. Singh said that we should talk with him very firmly. Ravi Prakash Verma of Samajwadi Party said that the country's electronic media is bent on creating a war situation on the border. Congress leader AK Antony paid tribute to the 20 martyred soldiers in Galvan Valley and said that the government should promise that we will take whatever steps are necessary to protect sovereignty. He said that there should be no change in the patrolling system on the border.
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Sanjay Raut of Shiv Sena said that we are fully standing with the jawans and moderation, valor has been our tradition, but the tradition of China has been betrayal and we have to be careful. Aam Aadmi Party's Sanjay Singh said that on this issue we are fully standing with the government and the army. The discussion was also attended by RJD's Premchand Gupta, DMK KP Wilson, Trinamool Congress's Derek O. Bryan, Biju Janata Dal's Prasanna Acharya, Bahujan Samaj Party's Veer Singh and they stand with the Army and the government on defense issues Expressed
In response to the clarification asked by various members, Defense Minister Singh said that the country has faced challenges in the past and today this House has assured that no matter how big the challenge is, all the countrymen will face it together. He said that no force can stop the soldiers of India from patrolling. He said that there will be no change in the patrolling system.
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