PM Modi gave India a defence policy

In the context of the recent drone attack at Jammu airbase, Amit Shah said that the DRDO and other agencies are coming up with countermeasures.

Union home minister Amit Shah said on Saturday no one can challenge India’s borders and its sovereignty after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s crafted a separate defence policy for India. “There was no separate defence policy before Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power in 2014. Either it was the foreign policy that dictated the defence policy or the foreign policy overlapped with the defence policy. Today, due to this initiative no one can challenge Indian borders and sovereignty,” Amit Shah said.

In the context of the recent drone attack at Jammu airbase, Amit Shah said that the DRDO and other agencies are coming up with countermeasures. “We have to prepare for use of artificial intelligence and robotics by Pakistan based terror groups. This goes beyond the use of drones for attacks from across the borders,” Shah added.

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