Govt’s silence about China is fueling speculation: Rahul Gandhi

Tensions between India and China are steadily increasing in many areas near Ladakh and Sikkim. Meanwhile, now former Congress president Rahul Gandhi said that the government’s silence about the current situation on the border with China is creating confusion.

Govt's silence about China is fueling speculation: Rahul Gandhi

New Delhi: Tensions between India and China are steadily increasing in many areas near Ladakh and Sikkim. Meanwhile, now former Congress president Rahul Gandhi said that the government’s silence about the current situation on the border with China is creating confusion. In such a situation, the government should make the country aware of the right situation.

Rahul Gandhi asked government to clear the situation in Laddhak. Rahul Gandhi tweeted and wrote, ‘The Government’s silence about the border situation with China is fueling massive speculation and uncertainty at a time of crisis. GOI must come clean and tell India exactly what’s happening.’

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Rahul Gandhi also launched ‘Speak Up India ‘ campaign yesterday. In his campaign he targeted the centre govt and asked them to do needful for migrant laborers. He also demanded a relief package and financial aid of 7500 per month for workers.

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Tension between India and China:

The situation became more tense after a clash between Chinese and Indian troops in eastern Ladakh on May 5. After this, the meeting was held between the local commanders and some agreement was done on both sides. 100 soldiers from both India and China were injured in this incident. China’s strong reaction to this incident was also revealed. A similar incident was reported on May 9 in North Sikkim.

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