Rahul Gandhi’s attack on PM Modi after Rajnath’s remarks, says – Don’t be afraid to name China
Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has taken notice of Prime Minister Modi after Defense Minister Rajnath Singh’s remarks in the Lok Sabha on the
Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has taken notice of Prime Minister Modi after Defense Minister Rajnath Singh’s remarks in the Lok Sabha on the Indo-China border stalemate in Ladakh for months. Rahul Gandhi told PM Modi not to be afraid to name China. It was also alleged that the Prime Minister had misled the country on the issue of China.
After Rajnath Singh’s speech in the Lok Sabha, Rahul Gandhi tweeted, “It is clear from the Defense Minister’s statement that Modiji has misled the country about the Chinese unconscious.” Our country has always stood by the Indian Army, has been and will remain. Rahul further asked, “But Modi ji, when will you stand against China?” When will we get our country’s land back from China? Don’t be afraid to name China. ‘
Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said in Parliament that India was committed to resolving the border issue peacefully but any attempt by the neighboring country to change the situation unilaterally would not be acceptable. He said that as we face a challenge in East Ladakh, we want to resolve the issue peacefully and our armed forces stand firm in defending the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country.
It is clear from the Defense Minister’s statement that Modi ji confused the country with the unknown of the Chinese.
Our country has always been with the Indian Army and will remain so.
When will you stand against China?
When will we get our country’s land back from China?
Don’t be afraid to name China.
– Rahul Gandhi (RahulGandhi) September 15, 2020
At the same time, members of Congress also wanted to speak on the issue after the Defense Minister’s response, but Chairman Om Birla did not allow them to mention the rules. Anxious Ranjan Chowdhury and Gaurav Gogoi of the Congress have said that they also have the right to speak. However, after the permission was denied, the members of Congress walked out of the House in protest.
Let us know that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi repeatedly questioned the Center on the issue of Chinese aggression on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in East Ladakh. On Friday he went to the government on Twitter. The former congressional president asked on Twitter if the Chinese had taken our land. When is the central government planning to bring it back? Or is it being kept in the name of Act of God?