Rahul asks direct question to Rajnath Singh on Indo-China border

A social media attack took place on Twitter between Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh.

Rahul asks direct question to Rajnath Singh on Indo-China border

New Delhi: Politics has also started on the India-China border dispute. Political tensions are also increasing in Delhi amid the ongoing tension along the Ladakh border with China. On Monday, a social media attack took place on Twitter between Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh. Now Rahul Gandhi has once again targeted the Defense Minister.

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Haath hee dard ho to kya keejai:

Rahul Gandhi on Monday targeted Home Minister Amit Shah’s statement on border security. Rahul said that everyone knows the reality of ‘Seema’, but to keep the heart happy, ‘Shah-Yad’ is a good idea. Rajnath Singh has replied on Rahul Gandhi’s tweet.

On Monday evening Rajnath Singh targeted Rahul Gandhi on twitter and replied him in poetic way. He tweeted a Shayari of Mirza Galib, ‘haath mein dard ho to dava keejai, agar haath hee dard ho to kya keejai.’

Rajnath Singh further said that the world has been affected by COVID19. India accepted this challenge with a firm determination. Due to the efforts of the Government of India, the situation in India is much better than many other developed countries in the corona crisis.

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Tell us about China border:

Replying to this on Tuesday morning, Rahul Gandhi wrote on Twitter, ‘Once RM is done commenting on the hand symbol, can he answer: Have the Chinese occupied Indian territory in Ladakh?’

In Ladakh, China had opposed the road construction done by India, after which there has been a situation of confrontation between the two forces. There is also information about Chinese army gathering on the border. The opposition is also seeking official answers from the government on the information of Chinese troops entering the Indian border.

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