外文标题：We want peace with China, but not at cost of honour, India says
GREATER NOIDA: Home minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said that India wants peace with China, but that cannot come at the cost of honour.
"Humlog shanti chahte hai samman ki saath. Asamman ke saath shanti nahi ho sakti (We want peace with honour. Peace cannot come at the cost of honour," he said, referring to the recent border row with China.
"Pride is the ultimate accomplishment of a human being, of mine and yours," he said, addressing the 53rd raising day function of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) here, which guards the China-Indian border.
Singh said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made it clear that New Delhi wants to maintain peaceful relations with all its neighbouring countries and wanted to resolve border issues peacefully.
"Our Prime Minister has told the Chinese president and requested him that if there is a dispute we should talk," he said.
The home minister said China often raises question over the border and even had raised objections when India wanted to improve border infrastructure within its own territory.
Referring to Pakistan, the home minister said the neighbouring country should stop firing on border posts and civilian areas.
He said Pakistan had fired upon the civilian areas along the border in Jammu & Kashmir just a day before Deepawali.
Bhartiya Manohar (Unknown)
rightly said India want peace with very body but not on the cost of self respect and self interest . China should consider India as friend and they both of them can unite and a super power.
Hanish Varma Alluri (Hyderabad)
well said !!!!!
Dominic Fernandes (Location)
India should show some courage to stand the bully.
no peace India is powerful than them declare war on china if they try to cross the border..
Veevaeck Swami (Unknown)
nice gesture...but what if the other side continues to bully ?
Nitesh Kumar (Unknown)
Jai ho! Jai Hindustan! Every Indian will stand to defend its pride n honour!
Nitesh Kumar (Unknown)
India is strong country!
kumarsitanshu Kumar (New Delhi)
This is the way to go. We shall follow the policy of no first fire but if provoked, shall posses the capacity to give a deserving reply.
Mutual respect and mutual cooperation is the only way forward.
Love my bharat (Jaipur)
we enough tolerate all this. We should take action. I am not saying to fight with them but at-least if Bharat will ban on Chinese products, its enough to give them a answer.