asaddudin owaisi targets pm modi government over borrowing from AIIB after galwan clash – China killed 20 of our soldiers, then PM lent Rs.5,521 crore

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Owaisi wrote in his tweet, 'On June 15, 20 Indian soldiers lost their lives in a clash with Chinese soldiers. They were treated unjustly and ruthlessly. Four days later, on June 19, the Prime Minister borrowed 5,521 crore from China and gave it a 'befitting reply'. This is an insult to the sacrifice of our soldiers.

m6mpqih "id =" story_image_main "src =" https://c.ndtvimg.com/2020-09/m6mpqih_asaduddin-owaisi-tweet-on-galwan_625x300_17_September_20.jpg "/></div><p>Owaisi had earlier surrounded the government on this issue on Wednesday. He took to Twitter to target PM Modi after the statement of Defense Minister Rajnath Singh in Parliament, saying that in the all-party meeting you said that no Indian territory is occupied and there is no intrusion? Then how did we lose 20 brave soldiers in Galvan? What happened that night? Why is the government not telling the truth about our captive soldiers? Why did you not tell Parliament that you have demanded from China that status quo on LAC be maintained before April 2020? Or should the current situation be considered the status quo? '</p><p>Let me tell you that on the intervening night of June 14 and 15, there was a violent clash of Indian soldiers with Chinese soldiers in the Galwan Valley of eastern Ladakh, in which 20 Indian soldiers lost their lives. There has been tension with China since April-May over the border dispute in eastern Ladakh, which reached its peak after the Galvan clash. However, both countries say that they are committed to resolve the matter through negotiation. For this, negotiations are going on at the military and diplomatic level. And just last week, the foreign ministers of the two countries met in Moscow and signed a five-point agreement to improve the situation.</p><p><strong>Read also:</strong> <strong>Has India's relations with neighboring countries deteriorated, including China? The Union Minister replied – 'No'</strong></p><p>On Wednesday, on behalf of the central government, it has been said in Parliament that India's relations with its neighbors have not deteriorated nor has there been any intrusion on the Indo-China border in the last six months. However, the opposition is constantly surrounding the government on the issue of China. The main opposition party Congress says that the government is not telling the truth about the issue of China.</p><p><strong>Video: India and China fired 100-200 bullets 'as a warning' in early September: sources</strong></p><p><iframe allowfullscreen=

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