Kharge said: Security threat due to Chinese construction in Doklam; Rajnath’s answer: Congress is questioning the army
Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge has again raised the issue of China. He tweeted – China’s build-up up to Jampheri Ridge in Doklam is threatening India’s strategic Siliguri corridor. Siliguri is the gateway to the North East. This is worrying for our national security. Prime Minister Narendra Modiji, when will there be a discussion on China?
In response to this, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said on Saturday morning that I will not say anything different from what I have said in Parliament. Be it Galwan or Tawang, our defense forces have proved their valor and might. The army has done charisma on the border with its courage. He further said that we never questioned the intentions of the leaders in the opposition. We have only debated on the basis of policies.
Meanwhile, Law Minister Kiran Rijiju reached the Yangtse area of Tawang. It was here that Indian soldiers had a clash with the Chinese army. He met the Indian soldiers and took stock of the area.
Earlier, on completion of 100 days of Bharat Jodo Yatra, while talking to the media in Jaipur on Friday, Rahul Gandhi gave advice to the Foreign Minister on the issue of China. He said that Foreign Minister Jaishankar should broaden his thinking and understanding. He further said China occupied 2 thousand square kilometers of land. Martyred 20 soldiers of India. They are beating our jawans in Arunachal Pradesh.
In response to this, the BJP attacked the Congress. The BJP has described Rahul Gandhi’s character as that of Jaichand. BJP spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia alleged that Rahul Gandhi is trying to break the morale of the Indian Army.
He should understand that this is not the India of 1962. It seems that Rahul Gandhi has made an agreement with the enemy countries that whenever the Indian Army shows its prowess, Rahul Gandhi and the Congress party are going to break the morale of the army. BJP spokesperson said that not an inch of India’s land has been captured in the last eight years.