Congress leader Rahul Gandhi took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra asking him to speak the truth about India-China violent clash in the Galwan Valley. The former President of Congress Rahul Gandhi has been attacking the BJP government since the face-off between India and China on June 15.
As per reports, the violent clash between India and China in Galewan Valley killed 20 Indian soldiers and around 40 Chinese PLA troops. The opposition party has been asking BJP govt whether China has occupied Indian land or not.
Rahul Gandhi asks PM to speak the truth on China intrusion
Earlier, in a virtual meeting PM Narendra Modi asserted that no Indian land has been taken over by China, no one entered India’s border and India has not detained any Chinese troops. Later Rahul Gandhi questioned PM Modi on his statement and said there are reports which say China has taken three parts of India.
Rahul Gandhi also asked PM to speak the truth and tell the country about the actual condition as it will stand by him and fight with China. He also added that why were soldiers sent without weapons. Congress President Sonia Gandhi also questioned BJP govt about the same and asked how were 20 Indian soldiers killed in the face-off when there was no intrusion by China in Ladakh.