Modi says will stop water flowing to Pakistan


Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said India would not permit its own share of river water to flow to Pakistan. Addressing an election rally, Modi said, “For 70 years, the water which belongs to India and the farmers of Haryana flowed to Pakistan.

Modi aapki larailarega (Modi will fight your battle),” reports on the worldwide media. The meeting election in Haryana and Maharashtra will occur on October 21 and the election outcome will be announced on October 24. Meanwhile, the Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat Tuesday pitched for inclusion of technologies in the armed forces and claimed that India will struggle and win the war with alternatives. In his speech in the 41st DRDO Directors Conference, in addition, he stated the growth of weaponry and other programs ought to be performed retaining”future warfare” in your mind.

We need to start looking at the development of cyberspace, space, laser, electronic warfare and robotics… and, along with that Artificial Intelligence (AI),” Rawat explained.”And, if we do not start thinking on it now, it will be too late,” he explained.

He commended the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) because of its accomplishments in the past couple of decades and explained India is making excellent strides in development and research. “We are confident the services will greatly benefit from it,” he explained.


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