Friday, June 18, 2021
Home Regional news Modi has ceded India's land to China: Rahul

Modi has ceded India’s land to China: Rahul

Rahul Gandhi launched a fresh attack on PM Modi and claimed that “the PM has given away sacred Indian territory to China”.

In a press conference at the AICC headquarters before leaving for his tractor rally in Rajasthan, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi accused the government of compromising the previous demand or status quo ante as of April 2020.

He argued that the Indian army held Finger 4 area in Ladakh along the contested Line of Actual Control (LAC) but now it will move back to its permanent position near Finger 3.

Gandhi’s salvoes come a day after defence minister Rajnath Singh informed the Lok Sabha that the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) will retreat to its base east of Finger 8 on the north bank of Pangong Tso, the Indian Army will move back to its permanent position near Finger 3.

Gandhi asked why the Chinese had not withdrawn from the Depsang Plains and the Gogra and Hot Springs areas.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -

Most Popular

WTC final: Ishant joins Shami and Bumrah as India name playing XI

BCCI announces playing XI for World Test Championship final against New Zealand to commence from Friday at Ageas Bowl in Southampton   Team: V Kohli (C),...

Punjab police file criminal case against persons impersonating as Prashant Kishor

The Punjab Police has registered a criminal case against unknown persons for impersonating political strategist and Punjab CM’s Principal Advisor Prashant Kishor and using...

Capt Amarinder trashes opposition charges of vaccination & fateh kit scams as politically motivated

    Categorically rejecting the Opposition’s allegations on supply of vaccines to some private hospitals and procurement of Fateh Kits as “politically motivated”, Punjab Chief Minister...

Punjab CM announces opening of restaurants, cinemas, gyms etc at 50% capacity

No. of persons allowed at weddings/cremations increased to 50, bars/clubs/ahatas continue to remain closed Night curfew to remain in place from 8 p.m.. To 5...