Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday (September 14) said that the country and its parliamentarians stood firmly backing the soldiers at Chinese border.
The two South Asian giants accused each other of firing into the air during the confrontation, a violation of long-held protocol not to use firearms on the sensitive frontier.
In June, tensions erupted into a frontier clash in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed and China suffered an unspecified number of casualties.
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TRANSLATOR: The whole parliament house is standing behind the brave troops of our country unanimously. I hope that the parliament and all the respected members will also give this very strong message of unity.