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Amit Shah says ‘no one can capture an inch of land until Modi government is in power’

No one can capture even an inch of land until the Modi government is in power, Amit Shah has said.

New Delhi:

Nobody can capture even an inch of land until the Narendra Modi government is in power, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said today as the opposition demanded a discussion of the clashes between Indian and Chinese forces along the LAC in Arunachal Pradesh.

Speaking to reporters outside the Parliament, Amit Shah also said that the Congress had raised the border issue in the Parliament to avoid questions about the FCRA of the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation. [Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act] cancelation.

The Rajiv Gandhi Foundation (RGF), he alleged, had obtained Rs 1.35 crore from the Chinese Embassy. His registration was canceled because it did not comply with FCRA rules, he said.

“India’s permanent seat on the UN Security Council was sacrificed because of Nehru’s love for China,” Shah said.

He applauded the Indian soldiers for their valor. “I want to say it clearly…until the BJP government under Prime Minister Modi is in power, no one can grab an inch of our land,” Amit Shah said.

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