Rahul Gandhi says Jaishankar does not understand China threat slams PM Modi in London Indian Journalists Association
Rahul Gandhi in London India’s External Affairs Minister (EAM) S Jaishankar does not understand the ‘China threat’, Rahul Gandhi said at an interaction in London on Sunday, PM Modi denied that China entered our territory and Indian troops killed The Congress leader was speaking at an event organized by the Indian Journalists Association in London.
Rahul Gandhi said, “We do not accept anyone entering our territory and bullying us. China has entered our territory and killed our soldiers but the Prime Minister is refusing. This is the problem. ,” said Rahul Gandhi.
Targeting Modi, Rahul said, “PLA has control over our 2000 sq km area. The Prime Minister himself has said that not even an inch of our land has been taken. Our negotiating position has deteriorated.” the government
He said that Prime Minister Modi’s statement that no one has entered Indian territory is an invitation to the Chinese that they may do so again.
During the conversation, Rahul Gandhi, however, said that he supports Indian foreign policy and that there is not much disagreement regarding India’s position on the Russia-Ukraine war.
“As far as Indian foreign policy is concerned, I support Indian foreign policy and I am fine with it. I don’t have much disagreement with it,” Rahul Gandhi said.
“Regarding the attack, we have already been attacked. We have 2000 square kilometers of our territory which is in the hands of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and the Prime Minister himself has said that no one in India has not entered, not one. An inch of ground has been taken and it has destroyed our negotiating position as our interlocutors are being asked what is the fuss about it,” Rahul Gandhi said.
“…Prime Minister says that no land has been taken. So that’s one aspect of it. The other aspect I keep saying is that India needs to be very careful with what China is doing on the border. . The Chinese are. Acting adversarially, aggressively and we need to be very careful and I’ve been saying over and over again that I don’t think the government has run out of money,” he stressed.
The former Congress president also spoke about the recent BBC raids in India some time ago.
Rahul Gandhi termed the government’s action as an act of silencing the voice and said that Prime Minister Modi wants everyone to be “silent” about his idea of a ‘new India’.
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