Ignoring patriotic Ladakhis will cost India dearly: Rahul Gandhi

Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi said on Saturday that patriotic Ladakhis are raising their voice against Chinese incursions.

New Delhi: Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi said on Saturday that patriotic Ladakhites are raising their voice against Chinese incursions. The Central government should listen to them because if their talk is ignored, the country will have to pay a heavy price.

Patriotic Ladakhis are raising their voice:

Rahul Gandhi targeted the Govt and tweeted, ‘Patriotic Ladakhis are raising their voice against Chinese intrusion. They are screaming a warning. Ignoring their warning will cost India dearly. For India’s sake, please listen to them.’

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According to the news Rahul Gandhi has cited, many Ladakhites have said that China has infiltrated Indian territory. The deadlock has been going on for the last several weeks on LAC. On the night of June 15-16, 20 Indian soldiers martyred in violent clashes between the soldiers of both the countries. There are also reports of loss to the Chinese side in this clash.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Nimu’s forward post on Friday amid tensions between India and China. Senior officials gave him all the information about the occasion. PM Modi also interacted directly with the officers of Army, Air Force. Earlier, only CDS Bipin Rawat was supposed to come on this tour. PM Modi himself arrived and surprised everyone.

PM Narendra Modi said that when the defense of the country is in your hands. In your strong intentions, then not only me but the whole country has unwavering confidence and the country is relaxed. Your arms are as strong as the rocks that surround you. Your will power is as strong as the surrounding mountains.

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