Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Tuesday that “Indian culture and Hindu culture” is not “expansionist” and the neighboring countries do not feel any threat from India, but they do not think of China. Senior BJP leader Gadkari said that Indian culture wants the welfare of the whole world, while China has expanded its influence with expansionism.
Gadkari’s statement comes amid an ongoing confrontation between Indian and Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh. He said, “Indian culture and Hindu culture are not expansionists.” It is our nature to seek the welfare of the whole world, which has been a part of our history and culture. We are not expansionists. ”
Gadkari said, “Our neighbors like Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh do not think that India will ever invade or encroach on their land on the strength of their power.” However, there is no such belief about China… China has increased its influence on the basis of expansionism. They think that they are at the top and their thinking is to win the whole world on the strength of strength. ”
The Union Minister said, “But our country thinks of the welfare of the whole world on the basis of the largest democracy, Hindu culture, Hinduism and heritage.” Gadkari wrote the book “Ram Mandir to Rashtra Mandir” in the weekly Vivek Prakashan. These things said during the online release of ‘.