India is not interested in land of Pakistan or China, but wanted peace and amity, Union Minister and senior BJP leader Nitin Gadkari said .
Addressing virtual “Jan Samvad” rally of Gujarat BJP from Nagpur in Maharashtra, he said India believed in peace and non-violence and do not want to be strong by becoming an expansionist.
“India never tried to grab land of its neighbours like Bhutan and Bangladesh,” he added.
The Minister of Road Transport & Highways and MSME added that Covid-19 crisis would not last long, as a vaccine was on its way soon.
“India does not want land that rightfully belongs to Pakistan or China. All India want is peace, amity, love, and (want) to work together (with neighbouring countries),” Gadkari said.
Talking about the completion of one year of the second term of the Modi government, Gadkari said its biggest achievement was to bring peace in the country by dealing with matters of internal and external security. — PTI