Congress leader Manish Tewari said that the decision to announce ceasefire was taken by the Cabinet and not Nehru alone on military's advice.
While, Sachin Pilot retained his Tonk assembly seat for the second time by defeating his nearest BJP rival Ajit Singh Mehta.
He said that only 60 km of border with these two nations remained unfenced, and the work for the fencing will be completed in two years, making the borders completely secure, the home minister said.
The Union home minister said the final fight remained in some areas of Jharkhand, which he assured would be won soon.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday celebrated the 59th Raising Day of the Border Security Force (BSF).
Youth leaders said the letters were an attempt to seek answers to their questions during the minister’s visit here.
Coming down heavily on Union home minister Amit Shah for his silence on the dues of Bengal worth Rs 1.50 lakh crore and not taking any action against Suvendu Adhikari
Shah called it a step towards all-inclusive development and a better future for the youth in the northeast region of the country.
Addressing a huge rally in historic Esplanade here, Shah predicted that the BJP would form government in West Bengal with two-third majority in 2026 assembly polls.