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चीन से तनाव के बीच लेह से 45 किमी दूर ”निम्मू” नाम के छोटे से गॉंव का पीएम मोदी ने किया दौरा : नहीं गये गालवान घाटी : Report/वीडियो

प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी ने पूर्वी लद्दाख़ में लाइन ऑफ़ ऐक्चुअल कंट्रोल एलएसी पर चीन के साथ जारी तनाव के बीच शुक्रवार को लद्दाख़ का दौरा किया।

उन्होंने 11 हज़ार फ़िट की ऊंचाई पर सैन्य अधिकारियों और फ़ौजियों से बातचीत की। वह सुबह सवेरे लद्दाख़ पहुंचे। नरेन्द्र मोदी के साथ सीडीएस जनरल बीपिन रावत और थल सेना प्रमुख एमएम नरवणे भी लद्दाख़ पहुंचे। उन्होंने लद्दाख़ के नीमू में सेना, वायुसेना और आईटीबीपी के जवानों को संबोधित किया।

प्रधानमंत्री मोदी ने चीन को सचेत किया कि विस्तारवाद का दौर बीत चुका है अब विकासवाद का दौर है। उन्होंने कहा कि तेज़ी से बदलते वक़्त में विकासवाद ही प्रासंगिक है।

नरेंद्र मोदी ने चीन को याद दिलाया कि बीती शताब्दी में विस्तारवाद ने ही मानव जाति का विनाश किया। किसी पर विस्तारवाद की ज़िद सवार हो तो वह हमेशा विश्व शांति के लिए ख़तरा है। प्रधान मंत्री ने इतिहास का हवाला दिया कि किस तरह विस्तारवादी ताक़तें मिट जाती हैं।

प्रधानमंत्री मोदी का ये अहम् दौरा था, चीन से तनाव के रहते देश की जनता सरकार से कोई बड़ा कदम उठाने की उम्मीद कर रही है, प्रधानम्नत्री ने अपने इस कार्यक्रम के दौरान सैनिकों को सम्बोधित भी किया लेकिन उन्होंने चीन का कहीं भी नाम नहीं लिया, सोशल मीडिया व् विपक्ष चीन का नाम न लेने पर प्रधानमंत्री मोदी पर सवाल उठा रहे हैं

बता दें कि चीन ने गलवान घाटी समेत फिंगर एक से लेकर 8 तक घुसपैठ की है, वो यहाँ भारत के अंदर पुख्ता निर्माण कर चुका है, जानकारी के मुताबिक चीन ने गलवान घाटी के करीब हवाई पट्टी बनाली है, साथ ही दौलत बेग ओल्डी के रास्ते रोक दिए हैं

भारत सरकार का कथन व् मौके की इस्थिति बिलकुल भिन्न है

NDTV India
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Prime Time
July 03, 2020
हम वो लोग हैं जो बांसुरीधारी कृष्ण की पूजा करते हैं. वहीं सुदर्शन चक्रधारी को भी अपना आदर्श मानते हैं. यह पीएम मोदी का बयान है. चुनावी से लगने वाले अति महत्वपूर्ण सामरिक भाषण का पाठ करने वाले भी मुस्कुरा रहे होंगे. उसी कृष्ण की तरह जो अनेकों तस्वीरों में बंसी बजाते समय और सुदर्शन चक्र चलाते समय नजर आते हैं. एक ही तरह का भाव नजर आता है इसलिए आप किसी भाषण से आधा एक तरफ रखकर सामरिक और आधा एक तरफ रखकर चुनावी नहीं बता सकते. जब दुश्मनी बहुत गहरी होती है तो नाम लेकर बात नहीं की जाती है. ठीक ऐसा ही मोहब्बत में होता है जब प्यार गहरा होता है तो नाम लिया नहीं जाता या नाम बदल जाता है.


देखें ये ख़ास रिपोर्ट्स

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Shamsher Ali Khan
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मणिशंकर अय्यर ने बिल्कुल ठीक कहा था……..मै हूँ…..मै हूँ…..मै हूँ
Pic 1 : न किसी को चोट के निशान, न किसी की कोई पट्टी, न किसी के पास पानी का ग्लास, न किसी के टेबल पर कोई दवाई ?????
Pic 2 : अस्पताल के वार्ड में LED प्रोजेक्टर, स्क्रीन, प्रेजेंटेशन स्टेज, संबोधन के लिए माइक ?????
निकृष्टता के सारे आयाम पार कर दिए इस आदमी ने अपने रुतबे का इस्तेमाल करके………

Shamsher Ali Khan
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ये है पुष्पेंद्र कुलश्रेष्ठ
फर्जी हिंदुत्व वाली टीम का ये वो खिलाड़ी है जिसको सिर्फ नाली से गेंद निकालने के लिए रखा गया है
इसका काम मंच से ऐसे झूठों को परोसना है जिससे साम्प्रदायिक जहर फैलता रहे और इन जैसे जो खुद को भगवान कहते हैं और इन भगावानों का नेता कुर्सी में बना रहे
इसे राहुल गांधी के कपड़े के ऊपर जनेऊ डालने से दिक्कत है लेकिन अपने साथी #चिन्मानयंद के नंगा होकर एक लड़की से तेल लगाने से कोई दिक्कत न है ना ही इन्हें #रीना_ठाकुर #सपना_राठ्ठी से कोई दिक्कत है और ना ही #धुरुव_सक्सेना #देवेन्द्र_सिंह जैसों से
क्योंकि इनका धर्मं सिर्फ भाजपा है और भगवान मोदी जी
👉पुष्पेंद्र कुलश्रेष्ठ के लिए मेरे कुछ सवाल है

जो भी इसे अपना भगवान या बाप मानता हो वो जवाब जरूर दे✍️
👉1~हमारे देश मे 22 भाषाओं को संवैधानिक आधिकारिक भाषा का दर्जा प्राप्त होते हुए भी लगभग 121 भाषाओं का व्यवहारिकता में प्रयोग किया जाता है तो क्या इन सब को देशद्रोही घोषित कर दोगे??
👉2~ भारत मे चार धर्म (हिन्दू,मुस्लिम,बौद्ध,ईसाई) 18 संप्रदायों में बंटा हुआ है जिसमे भी कई विचारधारा है तो तिरंगे के अलावा एक झंडा बताओ मुझे जिसके नीचे इन सभी के ध्वज संगठित होकर रह सकते हो??
👉3~ 1857 में 1 लाख अंग्रेजों ने 17 करोड़ भारतीयों को कैसे हरा दिया?? देश के अंदर के गद्दार कौन थे??
👉4~ 1857 में अजयगढ़ स्टेट,अलवर स्टेट,भरतपुर स्टेट,भोपाल स्टेट,बिजावर स्टेट,बीकानेर स्टेट के राजाओं ने अंग्रेजों का साथ दिया तो फिर गद्दार कौन हुए??
👉5~ 26 लाख करोड़ के कालाधन की लिस्ट जेब मे डालकर 100 दिन के अंदर वापस लाने वाले के 2000 दिन से ज्यादा हो जाने के बाद भी चौराहे पर फांसी क्यों न दी??
तुम जैसे जहर फैलाने वाले घटिया झूठे मक्कार अपनी मक्कारी बेशर्मी बेहयाई छुपाने के लिए दुसरो पे झूठा लालछन (इल्जाम) लगाने वाले लोगों से बस इतना ही कहूंगी
जिन्हें आपस मे ही टकराने से फुरसत नहीं मिलती
उन्हीं शाखों के पत्ते लहलहाना भूल जाते हैं।
जय हिंद जय भारत

Abdul Najeeb Khan
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मोदी हे तो मुमकिन है
यह लद्दाख युद्ध के घायल सैनिक हैं या मास्क पहने क्वॉरेंटाइन कोरोना के मरीज ध्यान से देखें इस तस्वीर में घायल,मरहम पट्टी,ग्लूकोज़ की बोतल का स्टैंड,दवा रखने का टेबल,दवा,नर्स और डॉक्टर या कुछ नही पर सबसे गौर करने वाली बात ये हे के अस्पताल में कोई माइक लेकर नहीं जाता तो क्या यह वास्तव में घायल सैनिक हैं या प्रधानमंत्री के लिए कुछ और लोगों का इस फोटो सेशन का इंतजाम किया गया है बिहार चुनाव एवं चाइना से ध्यान हटाने के लिए ?

Rashid Khan
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ALIGARH- 3 JULY 2020
#COVID-19 कोरोना महामारी के काल में नागरिकों को सुरक्षा देने के उद्देश से अखिल भारतीय कांग्रेस कमैटी के राष्ट्रीय सचिव पूर्व विधायक विवेक बंसल जी सेवा कार्यों का कार्यक्रम निरंतर चला रहे हैं I इसी क्रम में आज वे कोल विधानसभा क्षेत्र के ग्राम बढौली फ़त्ते खां में सघन सैनीटाईज़ेशन किया, लोगों की थर्मल स्क्रीनिंग की मास्क वितरित किये तथा शरीर के अन्दर रोग प्रतीरोधात्मक क्षमता बढ़ाने के लिये आयुर्वेदिक काढ़ा जोकि राजस्थान प्रदेश सरकार के स्वास्थ्य विभाग द्वारा उपलब्ध हुआ है वितरित किया I
#विवेक बंसल ने सभी नागरिकों से कोरोना वायरस से बचाव के लिये समस्त उपायों एवं नियमों का पालन ज़िम्मेदारी के साथ करने की अपील भी की I
#इस अवसर पर उपस्थित उनके सहयोगियों में ठाकुर सोमवीर सिंह, प्रदीप रावत, सागर सिंह तौमर, आनंद बघेल, कैलाश लोधी, विकास कुमार थे I


Vishwesh Rajratnam
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..चता की सारी हदें पार 👇~
Pic 1 : न किसी को चोट के निशान, न किसी की कोई पट्टी, न किसी के पास पानी का ग्लास, न किसी के टेबल पर कोई दवाई ?????
Pic 2 : अस्पताल के वार्ड में LED प्रोजेक्टर, स्क्रीन, प्रेजेंटेशन स्टेज, संबोधन के लिए माइक ?????
निकृष्टता के सारे आयाम पार कर दिए इस आदमी ने अपने रुतबे का इस्तेमाल करके
मणिशंकर अय्यर चाहे कितना घटिया आदमी हो, जीवन में एक ब्रह्मांड सत्य ज़रूर बोल गया
भावेश विद्रोही

Azhar Shameem
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#लपता_की_तलाश
लखनऊ 172 उत्तर विधान सभा क्षेत्र के पूर्व समाजवादी विधायक एंव पूर्व कैबिनेट मिनिस्टर अभिषेक मिश्रा पिछले कुछ सालों से अपने विधानसभा क्षेत्र के अंतर्गत आने वाले इलाके ‘खदरा’ से अनभिज्ञ कारणों से कन्नी काटे हुए हैं , उनके विधानसभा क्षेत्र में ‘ खदरा ‘ इलाका आता है जहाँ वर्तमान में सरकार बेकसूरों का दमन कर रही है ,19 दिसंबर को CAA NRC के प्रोटेस्ट में (खदरा इलाके) में हुई हिंसा में गिरफ्तार किये गये बेकसूरों के घरों एंव दुकानों की कुर्की के लिये पीड़ितों पर लगातार सरकार पुलिस दबाव बना रही है । प्रतिदिन पीड़ितों को प्रशासन द्वारा डराया धमकाया जाता है , पीड़ितों की मानसिक स्थिति तथा आर्थिक स्थिति दयनीय हो चुकी है लेकिन दु:ख इस बात का है कि पूर्व विधायक अभिषेक मिश्रा एक बार भी पीड़ितों से मिलने नहीं गये मदद तो दूर की बात है।
क्या अभिषेक मिश्रा को मुसलमान केवल वोट देने के लिये है?
क्या अभिषेक मिश्रा में मुसलमानों के प्रति मानवीय संवेदना समाप्त हो चुकी है?
ऐसे कौन से कारण हैं जिनकी वजह से अभिषेक मिश्रा अबतक अपने विधानसभा क्षेत्र के अंतर्गत खदरा इलाके के निर्दोष गिरफ्तार किये गये पीड़ितों के परिवारों से मिलने दौरे पर नहीं गये?
आपसे निवेदन है यह संदेश अभिषेक मिश्रा तक पहुंचा दे ताकि उन्हें ज्ञात हो जाये कि लखनऊ में खदरा इलाका उनके ही विधानसभा क्षेत्र में आता है जिसे उनके द्वारा भुला दिया गया है।
Wasim Akram Tyagi

 

 

Ashok Swain
@ashoswai
““The Indian government is lying that there is no land capture by China,” said Durbuk, a former councillor. “Our vast green pastures, where local herders used take their cattle, have been taken over.”


Ashok Swain
@ashoswai
Pay Rs12000 to buy the book on Emperor Modi in a country where 190 million people go to bed every night on an empty stomach!

Vinod K. Jose
@vinodjose
Yes, true book lovers find it very painful to read hagiographies. Caravan’s Books Editor @mayapalit1 read the latest Modi hagiography for us. So we don’t need to read it. Don’t miss this entertaining read of a book that costs Rs 12,000!

Ashok Swain
@ashoswai
Nearly 3 weeks have passed – Look at the number of Indian soldiers are still being treated in a hospital in Leh, who were injured in the clash with Chinese troops. For Modi’s ‘photo shoot’, their number and identity get exposed!

Ashok Swain
@ashoswai
BTW, Is this really a hospital or a youth hostel? I have never seen a hospital only with beds without a single medical equipment.

Ashok Swain
@ashoswai

Anywhere in the world, a media will ask these basic questions. But, Indian media neither has strength nor spunk, and basically has become a cheer leader.

Ashok Swain
@ashoswai

Bal Narendra a perfect cartoon character!

Swati Chaturvedi
@bainjal
I remember repeatedly telling
@Chikisarkar
my editor on troll the story is of the government & political party attacking citizens in a democracy. It is not my story

Ashok Swain
@ashoswai
Modi and his media made Nimu a forward location today. It gives China the legitimacy to move the LAC 231km into Indian territory.

Ashok Swain
@ashoswai
China has issued open warning to India, but Indian media is completely silent about it! Because this will expose the way China thinks about Modi and his visit to Ladakh.

Ashok Swain
@ashoswai
China has issued another strong warning to Modi to not to do ‘Strategic Miscalculation’, while Modi is even afraid to take China’s name!

Ashok Swain
@ashoswai
Neither Modi nor his Media goes to Galwan!

Ashok Swain
@ashoswai
Instead of going to Galwan, Modi has gone to Nimu! Nimu is 45 kms from Leh. It is the popular tourist attraction in Ladakh as one can see the picturesque confluence of River Indus and Zanskar.

Media Unwelcome: Restrictions in Leh Mar Reporting on Ladakh Face-Off

“They (TV reporters) are filming the mountain passes from their hotel terrace which means they have to rely on the scenes from the city to tell the story happening 300 km away.”

Zafar Aafaq | Clarion India

SRINAGAR – Journalists who have flown to the Himalyan region of Ladakh to cover the India-China border face-off complained that they were unable to discharge their duties due to the restriction on their movement. They are not allowed to move beyond the Leh city limits.

The restrictions on their movement are making it difficult for reporters to do ground reporting for which they had flown to the region. They have no option but to rely on phone calls or meet people in the hotels where they are put up for reporting assignment.

Speaking to Clarion India, reporter of a national daily who has been camping in Leh for the past two weeks, said no journalist is allowed to even go up to Changla Pass leave alone Galwan valley, the place where armies of the two countries have fought a bloody battle two weeks ago.

Galwan is a barren valley surrounded by rocky mountain terrain that has become the epicenter of the renewed conflict between India and china. Early June, reports emerged that the People Liberation Army (PLA) occupied nearly 60 sq kilometers of the land that was previously under India control.

There were several rounds of meetings between commanders of the two armies, but they all failed to de-escalate the situation and eventually on the night of June 15, a violent clash broke out between the soldiers of the two armies in the valley. While nearly two dozen Indian army men were reportedly killed, reports suggest there was no exchange of bullets in the clash.

Officials and the armies of the two countries have been guarded while revealing the entire story so far. Hence, most of the reports in the media have cited unnamed sources in the army or civil officials.

On June 17, two days after the Galwan clash, a group of journalists in Srinagar set off on road to Ladakh. But, they were stopped by police close to Sonmarg, 50 km from Srinagar. They were not allowed to visit the ground zero to cover the “most important story”.

Days later, some of them followed the circuitous route and flew to Delhi first, from where they boarded the plane to Leh. In Leh, the journalists have been largely unable to capture the reactions of the public on the developments at the border.

“I have met some local politicians in a hotel for their reaction,” said a stringer working for an international newspaper. “It was tough to convince them to come to the hotel. They were worried that they might be reprimanded either by their parties or officials.” After a few days, he confided that even they stopped picking up our calls.

Economic Times had reported that the military and the police are mapping the movement of every journalist arriving in the city.

The journalists, on their arrival, have to undergo seven-day quarantine at their hotel. This means the journalists who plan to come for a two-day trip end up spending weeks. “Those who attempt to violate (the orders) by trying to venture out are threatened with police action,” the reporter said. “It is an alibi for the authorities to keep us at bay.”

He revealed that the district administration did not give them the inner line permit pass required for non-residents of an area to venture beyond a certain limit. They were told that issuing of passes has been suspended. Some of them were allowed to go to a neighbouring town two weeks after they arrived in Leh. “Basically, we are not welcome here,” he added.

Even TV reporters and prominent anchors have been unable to move beyond the Leh city limits. “They are filming the mountain passes from their hotel terrace which means they have to rely on the scenes from the city to tell the story happening 300 km away,” the stringer said.

A journalist associated with an international news agency alleged that authorities did not want the media there. He said, “It was quite evident from their behaviour that they did not want us to tell the story to the world.”

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‘Our pastures have been taken’: Indians rue China’s Himalayan land grab

The Indian government is lying that there is no land capture by China

– by Guardian

– Aakash Hassan in Ladakh and Hannah Ellis-Petersen

Namgyal Durbuk knows the steep mountainous terrain of Ladakh like the back of his hand. But in the 45 years he has lived here, along the Indian state’s volatile and poorly defined border with neighbouring China, he has watched Indian land disappear before his eyes.

“The Indian government is lying that there is no land capture by China,” said Durbuk, a former councillor. “Our vast green pastures, where local herders used take their cattle, have been taken over. A number of locals have been forced by this situation to sell their cattle and move towards urban settlements for their livelihood.”

The fighting that broke out between Indian and Chinese troops on the Himalayan border last month was the worst assault between the two nuclear-armed nations since 1967. Hand-to hand combat between the two sides with rocks and spiked clubs, at an altitude of around 14,000ft (4,250m) in the inhospitable Galwan valley, saw 20 Indian soldiers and an unknown number of Chinese troops killed. It heightened tensions escalating since early May when China moved thousands of troops and artillery to disputed areas, including the strategic Galwan Valley.


On Friday, the Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi, made a surprise visit to a military post in Ladakh, in what many took as a clear message to China. Since the attack, Chinese and Indian military commanders have met multiple times for disengagement talks, but they appear to have reached a stalemate.

China and India have continued to accuse each other, and now both stake a claim to the valley. India condemned China for what it described as a “premeditated attack” on its troops, and Indian ministry of external affairs spokesperson Anurag Srivastava blamed it on China’s “unjustified and untenable claims”. China’s foreign ministry has said that Galwan Valley has “always” been under Chinese sovereignty.

To those living along the poorly demarcated Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, a statement by Modi in the aftermath of the attack, that “China did not enter our territory” rang false. They allege Chinese incursions into Galwan and other disputed areas, such Pangong Tso, are just a continuation of the norm.


An exclusive image obtained by the Guardian of Pangong Tso, a freshwater lake on the border where a similar but non-deadly clash occurred between Indian and Chinese forces on 5 May, clearly shows substantial Chinese military structures, including a radar tower, that have been built close to a ridge known as Finger Four in just the last few weeks, despite agreements to disengage.

There are eight ridges around Pangong Tso, known as the eight fingers. Former military commanders and locals say India used to control the whole area, but Chinese troops have gradually moved in and as of two weeks ago it is understood they now control four of the eight fingers. China is said to be building a helipad and other infrastructure around Finger Four, as well as bringing more troops into the territory.

“The villagers are scared by the presence of the Chinese forces. They are so close they can even see their lights in the night for the first time,” said Durbuk, who recently visited the area and fears India will lose entire the Ladakh region in the coming 20 years if the Chinese annexation continues.

Taking out a notebook, Durbuk drew a map to demonstrate the Indian territory lost in Galwan. He pointed out a water handpump installed in 2010 by local authorities for herders, who used to bring their cattle and flocks of Cashmere wool-producing Changra goats to graze on high-altitude pastures near the border.

But these herders have been driven away and their water pump is now accompanied by Chinese military infrastructure. “The area is under Chinese army control and they have constructed roads and built structures there,” said Durbuk.

Sonam Wangchuk, a celebrated Ladakh-based engineer leading a boycott against China, made a similar observation. “As residents we have seen over years how China have been pushing the line, metre by metre. It’s been the cause of huge economic losses. Thousands of local goat herders have lost their pastures, and therefore their income because of it, and have been forced to become menial labourers in the city.”

In February, a group of local councillors gave a written memorandum to Modi, warning him about the capture of vast pasture lands by China.

“We have been raising the issue of Chinese advancement with the government and army for years. The Chinese have been taking over huge patches of land every year,” said Tashi Namgyal, 30, a councillor for the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) representing Shyok area, the closest habitation to Galwan valley.

Another BJP councillor, Urgain Chodon, 30, whose village Koyal is situated along the LAC, alleged China has not only been annexing Indian territory but actively building infrastructure. “The Chinese come with their machinery – dumpers, earth movers – and construct roads and then claim later that it is their territory. When the herders would go to the places they were visiting every year, they would find Chinese occupying these areas,” she said.

Indian and Chinese military and diplomatic channels have publicly agreed to continue a policy of disengagement but recent satellite images appear to show a continued build up of Chinese structures on a terrace overlooking the Galwan river, on the the side of the border claimed by India as their territory. India has now deployed missile firing tanks and anti-tank missile systems along the entire 992-mile (1,596km) long border after China brought in armoured vehicles.

Tashi Chhepal, 60, a retired Indian army captain, affirmed that when he was a young officer, Galwan Valley was considered Indian territory and there were no Chinese posts even close to it.

“There were no roads at that time and we would trek for three weeks on horses from Pratappur Nubra north-east to Chumgtas. On the way, we would rest in the Galwan Valley,” said Chhepal. But with Chinese troops at patrolling point 14 in Galwan Valley, he said such a journey would be unthinkable now.


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