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    Indian Chief Minister's hints at Home Minister's plan of invading Sri Lanka and Nepal?

    Chief Minister addressing party workers in Agartala announced that the party intends to grow not only in the region, but also in the neighboring countries of Nepal and Sri Lanka.  

    Political and domestic regulations will possibly be expressed in two primary fields in South Asia by many political researchers and free-lance bloggers, where the most important of which is the subcontinent including countries of India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, J& K, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka . Nevertheless, a realistic study of the way to global relations brings social growth, pioneering and thinking employment into account as a vital shift in the final development and intimation for initiatives in those areas, which are undoubtedly indicators of the relationship between strategic development. 

    The Chief Minister's open statement specifically describes India's stance and approach towards its neighborhoods and does not transcend any boundaries contributing to more liquid domestic problems than would be commonly seen and that the creation of such propaganda/conspiracy theories in foreign legal matters, supply rules and reasoning and guaranteed capacity under the ideology of Hindu Nationalist Government are now becoming basic.

    "At the point when home minister was our party president, we met at the Tripura state guest House. That time somebody among us, I surmise Ajay Jamwal (BJP's General Secretary for North East) revealed to him how BJP was in force in a many states of India now. Accordingly, Shah said Nepal and Sri Lanka were still left. We actually need to bring our gathering into those nations and win them!" Deb disclosed to BJP laborers. 

    VK Singh's LAC remark:

    Of late, China has gotten on Union Minister VK Singh's remarks that India has "violated more as often as possible across Line of Actual Control than the People's Liberation Army" to counter India's situation on the circumstance along the LAC. "With China our border has never been demarcated. Over a period of time, there have been transgressions where China says this is my perception of the LAC. Similarly, none of you come to know how many times we have transgressed as per our perception. We don't announce it. Chinese media doesn't cover it. But let me assure you, if China has transgressed 10 times, we must have done it at least 50 times, as per our perception," Singh told reporters on Sunday.

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