Rahul Gandhi asks Why no mention of Galwan Valley in MEA Statement

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is constantly attacking the central government over the ongoing border dispute between India and China.

New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is constantly attacking the central government over the ongoing border dispute between India and China. Now he has asked three questions about the retreat of the Chinese army in the eastern Ladakh region and the conversation with National Security Advisor Ajit Doval with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi.

China is justifying the murder of 20 unarmed jawans:

Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi tweeted, ‘National interest is paramount. GOI’s duty is to protect it. Then,
1. Why has Status Quo Ante not been insisted on?
2. Why is China allowed to justify the murder of 20 unarmed jawans in our territory?
3. Why is there no mention of the territorial sovereignty of Galwan valley?’

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With his tweet, Rahul has shared the statements of the governments of India and China. Earlier on July 4, Rahul targeted the Modi government and Rahul Gandhi had said that patriots are raising their voice against Ladakhi Chinese incursions and asking the government to listen to them. Ignoring his warning may cost India.

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The Chinese military began its limited withdrawal from some areas in eastern Ladakh on Monday as the first sign of easing tensions. A day earlier, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi spoke on telephone and they agreed to complete the process of ‘rapid’ withdrawal of troops from the LAC.

On Monday, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi lashed out at the Central Government. Rahul Gandhi said that covid-19, demonetisation and weaknesses related to Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be the subject of study at Harvard Business School in future.

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