Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Ladakh today to review the ground situation over there amid rising India-China border tensions.
Tensions between India and China have risen after the Galwan valley clash between the two countries' militaries in which 20 Indian soldiers died on June 15.
PM Modi visited Ladakh with Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat and Army Chief MM Naravane and will take stock of the security situation along with them.
According to ANI on Twitter, “PM Modi is presently at one of the forward locations in Nimu, Ladakh. He reached there early morning. He is interacting with personnel of Army, Air Force, and ITBP. Located at 11,000 feet, this is among the tough terrains, surrounded by Zanskar range and on the banks of the Indus.”
As per the news sources, Modi reached Leh around 9.30 am.
India now has banned Chinese apps effective way to impose costs on China for its actions at the border, also India will not import power equipment from China. India’s government has also put restrictions to hold back the sale of Chinese products.