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Rahul making false claims, insulting the military: Nadda | India News


NEW DELHI: On Friday, the BJP lashed out at Rahul Gandhi for his accusation that Prime Minister Narendra Modi ceded territory to China and its President JP Nadda called the accusation “false” and questioned whether it is not an insult to the armed forces that they are leading the exit strategy.
Nadda dubbed Gandhi’s presser in which he attacked Modi as a “new edition of the Congressional circus.”
“Why are you bent on falsely claiming that the withdrawal is a loss for India? Is it part of the INC-China MoU?” the BJP leader asked in a tweet.

Rahul making false claims, insulting the military: Nadda | India News

Gandhi alleged on Friday that the prime minister had “ceded” Indian territory to the Chinese and questioned the government about its agreement with China on the withdrawal of troops from eastern Ladakh.
“This is absolute cowardice one hundred percent. This is nothing else. The prime minister is a coward who cannot stand up to the Chinese … He is betraying the sacrifice of our army,” he accused.
Responding, Nadda said: “A new edition of the Circus of Congress today, again thanks to Mr. @ Rahul Gandhi. Why are you bent on falsely claiming that the disconnect is a loss for India? Is it part of the INC MoU- China? The armed forces leading the withdrawal strategy, is this not an insult to our brave forces? ”
He also published a couple of media reports and a video message from a former Indian Air Force officer claiming that the Congress-led UPA government did not trust the armed forces and vice versa.
“The government has not given up any Indian land as part of the current separation process. If someone committed the sin of giving up thousands of square kilometers, it is a corrupt and cowardly dynasty that has torn the country apart to keep its power intact.” “he said, attacking the Nehru-Gandhi family.
Other senior BJP leaders also attacked Gandhi, and Union Minister Pralhad Joshi accused him of “lying to the left, right and center” and denigrating the country’s security forces.
He said that “the nation cannot forgive the Gandhi family for losing 43,000 square kilometers of land to China.”
“When one has no moral conscience, when one cannot contribute anything positive, lies are resorted to. Rahul lied to the left, to the right and to the center. Perhaps Rahul is depressed that he cannot become a PM. He knows that even his Shadow will not support him and I cannot digest the huge public mandate to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, “Joshi said.
With Gandhi making his attack on Modi personal, Joshi claimed that the former head of Congress’s “statements” are based on implausible assumptions and create “serious doubts about his mental health.”
“The selective amnesia that Rahul shows often seems like a regular order. Denigrating efforts and sacrifices of our security forces, who are you appeasing? Why? Because you got any donations for your party?” He said in a post on the networks social.
Gandhi’s attack on the government came a day after Defense Minister Rajnath Singh assured Parliament that India has not conceded anything in talks with China and will not allow anyone to take an inch of its territory from him. .
“The Congress party generates a culture of political pettiness. Each member of the Gandhi family always leaves behind a legacy of misdeeds. History bears witness to their repeated attacks on the nation’s sovereignty and, sadly, it is the country that always has to suffer “. Joshi said.
The nation cannot forgive the Gandhi family for losing 43,000 square kilometers of land to China, he said, noting that Pakistan has also illegally ceded 5,180 square kilometers of Indian territory in Pakistani-occupied Kashmir (PoK) to China.
In a tweet, BJP General Secretary CT Ravi said: “I am glad that Congress has finally realized that Prime Minister Nehru created a ‘Himalayan bug’ by giving away 38,000 square kilometers of land to China. Will he also question his co-owner, the coward? Rahul Gandhi for making unfounded accusations against Prime Minister Modi? ”

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