'Who sent unarmed soldiers and why?', Rahul Gandhi on Galwan Faceoff

very countryman is extremely hurt by the incident between the Indian Army and the Chinese Army in the country in the Galwan Valley of Ladakh.

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Published on 18 Jun 2020 8:32 AM GMT

Who sent unarmed soldiers and why?, Rahul Gandhi on Galwan Faceoff
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New Delhi: Every countryman is extremely hurt by the incident between the Indian Army and the Chinese Army in the country in the Galwan Valley of Ladakh. India is waiting for action against the Chinese army. Every person in the country is currently standing with the soldiers of the Indian Army.

Former President of this Congress Rahul Gandhi has once again targeted and raised questions on the government over the martyrdom of 20 Indian soldiers in a clash with the Chinese soldiers in the Galvan Valley of Ladakh.

https://twitter.com/RahulGandhi/status/1273506127993434112?s=20

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How dare China kill our unarmed soldiers:

Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi questioned the government and asked why our soldiers were sent unarmed to be martyred? Rahul Gandhi tweeted, referring to the interview of a former military officer, "How dare China kill our unarmed soldiers?" Why were our soldiers sent unarmed to be martyred? Congress MP Rahul Gandhi has already questioned the government on this issue.

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Earlier yesterday, Rahul Gandhi had questioned the government and said why the Prime Minister is silent. Why are they hidden? Enough is enough. We need to know what has happened. Speaking harshly, Rahul had said, 'How dare China kill our soldiers? How dare they occupy our land? '

20 military personnel, including a colonel of the Indian Army, were martyred in a violent clash with Chinese troops on Monday night in the Galvan Valley of eastern Ladakh. Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has raised the same question on this issue by tweeting an 18-second video.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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