‘Surender Modi’: Rahul Gandhi mocks Prime Minister for Ladakh’s clash with China | India News
The former president of Congress referred to an article in the Japan Times, which claimed that India’s “appeasement policy” has failed to dissuade China from taking an aggressive approach to India.
“After years of leaning back to appease China, Modi has received yet another Chinese invasion of Indian territory. Will this be enough to convince him to change his approach?” The article wrote.
The article further stated that Narendra Modi’s vision is clouded by the “naive hope that, by appeasing China, it could re-establish the bilateral relationship and weaken China’s ties to Pakistan.”
On Saturday, the congressional leader questioned why and where the Indian soldiers were killed if the land, where the “violent confrontation” occurred, was Chinese territory.
He was responding to Prime Minister Modi’s statement that Chinese troops did not enter Indian territory.
“The Prime Minister has turned Indian territory over to Chinese aggression. If the land were Chinese: 1. Why did they kill our soldiers? 2. Where did they kill them?” he tweeted.
In communicating with the nation and the leaders of the political parties, the Prime Minister stated categorically at the meeting of all the parties on Friday that “no one is within our territory and none of our positions have been captured.”
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