New Delhi. What happened on the Indo-China border in the Galvan Valley of Ladakh, China is getting very gritty. China would never have imagined the way PM Narendra Modi and Foreign Minister S Jaishankar have warned China on behalf of India. Now the foreign media is also not behind in troubling China. Some are writing that Rama killed the dragon, while some are calling Modi a nationalist lion.
Amidst all this developments, a photo has gone viral on social media. This photo has been described by Taiwan Times as their photo of the day. Taiwan wrote that Rama of India killed the dragon of China.
— Taiwan News (@TaiwanNews886) June 17, 2020
The New York Post wrote on it that what happened in Galvan Valley tells what and how China wants to achieve it. You can see this through the Galvan incident and also in the South China Sea. China has been preparing for several decades on LAC. He built
Bunkers and roads there. India also became active for a few years. He too started preparing for equality. Made the road to Daulat Beg Oldi (DOB). In any case, China wants to stop India.
Journalist Tom Rogan of Washington Examiner wrote that the Chinese army has provoked the nationalist lion of India. 20 Indian soldiers have been killed. China is trying to change the old situation in Ladakh. Now Modi will be under pressure to give the same answer to China, which he gave to Pakistan in February 2019.
According to Al Jazeera, Indians will stand with their Prime Minister against this action of China. The media will also support it. If India is attacked, it will be answered. They are not going to leave.
The Taiwan Times has featured photos of Lord Rama and Dragon in Photo of the Day. In its article, Taiwan Times reported that the photo was shared by Hong Kong’s Twitter user Hosai Lei. In this, Lord Ram is seen shooting arrows at the dragon. It is written on the photo- We will win, we will kill