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Congress targets PM over Chinese intrusion

Vivid News 24: The Congress asserted on Monday that the federal government was attempting to hide the border problem in response to reports of an altercation between Indian and Chinese troops along the Line of Actual Control in the Tawang region of Arunachal Pradesh. The Congress claimed that China was behaving with greater daring as a result of the government’s position.

Jairam Ramesh, the leader of the Congress, claimed that the party has been attempting to “wake the government up” over Chinese moves on the border. He claimed that “the Centre has remained mute to preserve its political image.”

“The military’s gallantry is something we are proud of. China’s border measures are completely unacceptable. We have frequently attempted to wake up the government over the past two years, but the Modi administration is just attempting to bury the issue in order to preserve its political reputation. Because of this, China’s arrogance is growing “In Hindi, Ramesh tweeted.

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No one is bigger than the country, but Modi Ji is allegedly endangering the nation in order to preserve his reputation. He also referred to the recent development along the LAC as alarming.

The Congress also posted a video of PM Modi’s post-Galwan altercation speech. During the video, PM Modi is heard saying: “No one has entered India or occupied our territory. No one else is currently occupying any of our posts.”

“If only we hadn’t made that error. China would not have dared to turn its gaze toward India if it had been identified. There is still time, so don’t panic “Using PM Modi’s speech as a point of reference, the Congress added.

On June 19, 2020, according to Congress politician Randeep Singh Surjewala, the PM gave China a “clean chit.” This is a disgrace to our valiant warriors, he declared. You can’t avenge map with apps, remarked Surjewala in an apparent allusion to the Centre’s sporadic restriction of Chinese applications and games, in a jab at the PM.

The Army reported on Monday that Chinese and Indian troops had once more engaged in a fight near the LAC in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh, on December 9. This prompted the Congress leaders to respond. Both allied and opposing soldiers sustained wounds.

The Opposition has requested a discussion on the border situation as the Winter session of Parliament convened last week. The request has not yet been addressed, though.

“On December 9, PLA troops made touch with the LAC in the Tawang Sector, which was fiercely resisted by our (Indian) troops. During this confrontation, a few people from both sides sustained minor injuries “In a statement, the Indian Army stated.

“Right away, all participants left the area. Following the event, the local (Indian) commander called a flag meeting with his counterpart to discuss the matter in light of the established procedures for re-establishing calm and peace.

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Vishnu Soni
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