BJP hits back at Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh

Former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh has targeted the Modi government on the Indo-China military and the border dispute. He paid tribute to the 20 Indian soldiers who martyred in the Galwan Valley.

BJP hits back at Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh

New Delhi:  Former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh has targeted the Modi government on the Indo-China military and the border dispute. He paid tribute to the 20 Indian soldiers who martyred in the Galwan Valley.

He also said that the sacrifice of soldiers should not go in vain. After the statement by former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Rahul Gandhi also attacked. Now the BJP has taken a beating on the statements of Congress leaders.

Today former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said in an statement that disinforming the nation is not helpful in any way. He also appealed PM Modi to take proper step in India China dispute.

Amit Malviya responded to Manmohan Singh’s statement:

BJP leader and party’s IT cell head Amit Malviya responded to Rahul Gandhi. He said take the advice of Manmohan Singh, whose ordinance was publicly torn by Rahul Gandhi, when he was the Prime Minister of the country at that time.

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Amit Malviya tweeted that Dr. Manmohan Singh and Rahul Gandhi know that China had taken over most of India during the Congress rule.

‘At this moment, we stand at historic cross-roads. Our government’s decisions and actions will have serious bearings on how the future generations perceive us. Those who lead us bear the weight of a solemn duty,’ Said Manmohan Singh

Regarding the martyred soldiers, Manmohan Singh said that these sons of the country protected India till their last breath. We are grateful to the soldiers and their families for the supreme sacrifice of these courageous soldiers. Their sacrifice should not go in vain.

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