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I will not lie about Chinese transgressions in Ladakh, even if it costs me politically: Rahul Gandhi | India News

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NEW DELHI: On Monday, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said he will not lie about Chinese transgressions in eastern Ladakh, even if it costs him politically, claiming that he will tell the truth when it comes to Indian territory.
Gandhi made these comments in a tweet, along with a video lasting over a minute, as part of a series he launched in the confrontation between India and China along the Current Line of Control (ALC) in the east. from Ladakh.
When asked in the video how he would react to people who say his questions to Prime Minister Narendra Modi about China weakened India, the former head of Congress said: “If you want me to lie that the Chinese have not entered this country, I’m not going to lie. I just won’t. I don’t care if my whole career goes to hell. I’m not going to lie. ”

“This disturbs me. Frankly, it makes my blood boil. How can any other nation enter our territory?”
“Hiding the truth is anti-national. Getting people’s attention is patriotic,” said Gandhi.
“So frankly, I don’t care if it costs me politically. I don’t care if I don’t have a political career at all after that. But I’m going to tell the truth when it comes to Indian territory,” he added.
Gandhi has been repeatedly attacking the Prime Minister and the government for Chinese transgressions in LAC in eastern Ladakh.
“As an Indian, my number one priority is the nation and its people,” he said Monday.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has responded to Gandhi for his attack on the government in the Ladakh confrontation, claiming that he is trying to politicize defense and foreign policy issues and “wash away his past sins of 1962 and weaken India. ”
BJP President JP Nadda also alleged that for years a dynasty has been trying to destroy Modi, adding that those who want to destroy the prime minister will only end up causing further damage to their own party.



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