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Jaishankar: A different India in making

S. Jaishankar, India’s top diplomat and External Affairs Minister, electrified the audience with his fiery words during a passionate address to the Indian community in Uganda. With a commanding presence and unwavering conviction, he declared that India was no longer the nation that would tolerate cross-border terrorism from China and Pakistan. In a whirlwind of emotions, Jaishankar emphasized that India had transformed into a “different India” – a formidable force that would fiercely defend its national security interests.

With fervor in his voice, Jaishankar referenced past incidents, such as the infamous 2016 Uri attack and the 2019 Balakot airstrike, to highlight India’s resolve to confront its adversaries head-on. “Today, people see a different India that is willing to stand up,” he said. “This India will meet its national security challenges with unflinching determination, whether it’s Uri or Balakot!”

Jaishankar left no doubt that India was now a force to be reckoned with. He spoke passionately about the challenges India faces on its borders with China, where Indian soldiers are deployed at treacherous heights and extreme conditions. “This is a different India,” Jaishankar exclaimed, his words bursting with fervor. “Our soldiers now have the full backing, the right equipment, and the infrastructure to face any challenge!”

Jaishankar’s words were filled with unwavering resolve as he emphasized India’s newfound independence in shaping its own policies. “It is a more independent India, an India that will not succumb to external pressures or be told where to buy its oil from!”

He concluded his impassioned speech by reiterating that India would stand up for its interests and its citizens. “This India will do what is best for its people, its consumers,” he proclaimed. He pointed to India’s decision to continue buying Russian oil despite Western sanctions.

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