Rahul Gandhi Attacks on Modi govt over Indo-China Border Infiltration – Rahul Gandhi's attack on the center again, asked the question- Is Modi government with Indian Army or with China?


Rahul Gandhi's attack on the center.

new Delhi:

In the midst of the Indo-China border dispute in Ladakh, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has once again targeted the Modi government. On Wednesday, he asked whether the Modi government is with the Indian Army or with China? With this, he has written that what is so afraid? He wrote in tweeting, "You understand chronology: PM said that no one entered the border, then took a huge loan from a China-based bank, then the defense minister said China has encroached into the country, now the Minister of State for Home said encroachment Not done. Is the Modi government with the Indian Army or with China? What is so afraid?

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Explain, amidst continuing tension between India and China along the Line of Actual Control in East Ladakh and efforts to change the status quo towards China, the Central Government has said in Parliament on Wednesday that there has been no intrusion on the Indo-China border in the last six months happened. The question was asked on behalf of BJP MP Anil Agarwal in Rajya Sabha, whether there has been any intrusion in the last six months and if yes, what steps the government is taking for it. On this, it has been said in a written reply by the Center.

Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai gave information in Parliament on the infiltration attempts made by Pakistan, which has been seen most in the month of April. But on China, he said that 'no intrusion reports have been made on the Indo-China border in the last six months'.

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At the same time, according to another news sources, information has been received that in the early days of September, warning shots were fired from India and China on the northern side of Pangong Lake. It is known that India and China had fired 100-200 bullets 'as a warning'. Sources have said that the incident happened when Indian Army personnel were making a post to keep an eye on Chinese soldiers. India has control over the peaks of Finger 3 and 4. The incident occurred a few days before Foreign Minister S Jaishankar met his counterpart Wang Yi in Moscow on 10 September. Representatives of the two countries had reached an agreement on Ladakh to reduce tension on the Line of Actual Control.


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