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    Amit Shah, JP Nadda hail Prime Minister's visit to Ladakh

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    BJP leaders hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Ladakh on Friday, with party president JP Nadda saying his "words give words to the emotion of 130 crore Indians and act as a great morale booster for our armed forces."

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    New Delhi: BJP leaders hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Ladakh on Friday, with party president JP Nadda saying his "words give words to the emotion of 130 crore Indians and act as a great morale booster for our armed forces."

    "PM Narendra Modi's words give words to the emotion of 130 crore Indians and act as a great morale booster for our armed forces! True leadership in action!" Nadda said in a tweet after Modi addressed soldiers in Ladakh’s Nimu.

    Lauding the prime minister's visit, home minister Amit Shah said it will boost the morale of our valorous soldiers. "Leading from the front. Prime Minister Narendra Modi Ji with our brave and courageous personnel of Army, Air Force & ITBP at a forward location in Ladakh. This visit of honourable PM will surely boost the morale of our valorous soldiers," Shah tweeted along with multiple pictures of Modi with the soldiers.
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    8 Comments on this Story

    Gopalakrishnan Krishnan86 days ago
    Unless banks are able to discipline in an unbiased manner the borrowers who are bent upon looting the banks using all their muscle powers, contacts and influences and corrupt practices, the generation of bad debts and loss of confidence of public in banks cannot be stopped. All the stake holders of the economy would continue to lose perennially as these looters take the money and set up their empires elsewhere preferably abroad. The only way to stop this menace is mercilessly rate the borrowers from the very beginning and make them contribute as a reserve to take care of the bad debts over a period. Disincentivise the bad borrowers and incentivise the good borrowers.Make the whole world know the bad borrowers and make their life miserable . They should know that the money they borrow from banks belongs to savers and they have no divine right to take away these savings hoodwinking the banks, the Government and the people. No tolerance for loot should be the message for bad borrowers.
    Sameer 88 days ago
    That was to be expected.... what will they say he failed the jawans and the nation????
    PEACE LOVER88 days ago
    Pappu went 250 kM away from where the Chinkies intruded into our land, as a pleasure trip and also in view of the forthcoming elections.
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