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China understands that India is no more weak: Rajnath Singh

Singh claimed the killing of terrorists by the Army was a testament to India's strength in national security

ANI  |  Lucknow 

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and O P Singh, DG CISF (L) at Arakkonam in Tamil Nadu on Monday. Photo: PTI
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and O P Singh, DG CISF (L) at Arakkonam in Tamil Nadu on Monday. Photo: PTI

Union Home Minister said on Sunday that has ceased to be a weak nation since the (BJP) formed the at the Centre under Prime Minister

"Since Prime Minister Modi came to the Centre, you all would have noticed that is not the 'weak India' anymore, but has become the world's 'strongest' India," Rajnath said, addressing the Akhil Bharatiya Lodhi Mahasabha in Lucknow.

The Home Minister added that the conflict with over the stand-off at the Doklam plateau was also resolved because of India's image of a strong nation.

"Our issues with have been resolved because also understood that is not the weak anymore, but it's strong now," he said.

Singh claimed the killing of terrorists by the Army was a testament to India's strength in security.

"For the first time, the is now killing terrorist every day. Pakistan tries to send terrorists to our side, but we have succeeded in finishing off five to ten of them every single time," Singh said.

The Home Minister also asserted that the BJP-led was dedicated to the betterment of the poor of the country, and enumerated the various schemes launched by the towards the same.

"Modi ji is the first-ever Prime Minister of India, who decided that the right to enter big banks should not only belong to Tata, Birla, and Ambani, but also to the poor of the nation," Singh said.

Adding to the list of schemes for the poor, Singh also mentioned the Mudra Yojana, and the Centre's scheme to provide LPG gas cylinders to almost 5 crore poor households by the end of 2019, and added that over 3 lakh households have already been covered.

First Published: Sun, October 15 2017. 17:21 IST
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