India has historically opposed the war, but on January 3 in Arunachal Pradesh, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh remarked, “If it is forced upon us, we would fight.” He was there to dedicate 28 Border Roads Organization-built infrastructure projects (BRO). 22 bridges, three highways, and three other projects amounting to 724 crores were constructed across many States.
“There are many wars happening right now over the world. India has consistently opposed the war. Our policy is to… Even though we oppose war, we will fight if it is imposed upon us. We are working to protect the country from any dangers. At a ceremony held at Siyom Bridge on Along-Yinkiong Road, Mr. Singh remarked, “Our armed forces are ready, and it is encouraging to see that the BRO is walking shoulder to shoulder with them.
Mr. Singh emphasised the essential part the BRO plays in building the infrastructure in border regions, saying, “Recently, our forces successfully countered the enemy in the Northern sector and handled the situation with bravery and promptness. Due to the region’s substantial infrastructure development, this was made possible. This encourages us even more to advance distant areas.
This news is written by Ms. Pujari Dharani, Research Assistant, All India Legal Forum.