AHMEDABAD: Union minister and senior BJP leader Nitin Gadkari said that India has no interest in the land of Pakistan or China but wants peace and friendship. Addressing a digital rally called ‘Jan Samvad’ in Gujarat from Nagpur in Maharashtra, Gadkari said that India believes in peace and non-violence and does not want to become strong by being an expansionist. He said, “India never tried to grab the land of neighbours like Bhutan and Bangladesh”.
He said, ‘India does not want the land of Pakistan or China. India wants peace, friendship and love and wants to work together with neighbours. Gadkari’s remarks come at a time when there is an atmosphere of tension between India and China on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) adjoining eastern Ladakh. Talking about the completion of the first year of the second term of the Modi government, Gadkari said that the biggest achievement is to establish peace in the country while dealing with internal and external security issues.
Gadkari said, ‘We do not want the land of Pakistan or China. We only want peace, friendship, love and work together. Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Micro, Small and Medium Industries said that the crisis of Kovid-19 will not last long, as scientists from India and the world are working to develop the vaccine. He said, ‘So far as I have received the information, I can say with confidence that the vaccine will be developed soon. Once the vaccine is developed, we will not fear this crisis.