The government needs to deal firmly with China and make it clear that “we are not going to tolerate them sitting on our land”.
Gandhi said the approach taken by the government “by completely denying” that China had “taken our land” is very much because it gives them the confidence to do “more aggressive things”. Said it was dangerous.
The former parliamentary speaker, who was in charge of the 134-day Bharat Jod Yatra from Kanyakumari to Srinagar, addressed a press conference just hours after unfurling the tricolor flag here at Lal Chowk, saying, “The way we deal with these Chinese people is how they I think it’s about dealing with ‘firmly and very clearly that they’re sitting on our land, and that’s not something we condone.
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“The Indian prime minister is the only person in the country who has the impression that the Chinese have not taken land from India. was taken over by the Chinese,” Gandhi said.
They also said many of the patrol points that were once on Indian territory are now firmly in Chinese hands, he said.
In his remarks, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar said some people know that it is not true about China’s affairs and are deliberately spreading false news for political reasons. Came the next day. This happened recently – a comment considered an in-depth on Gandhi.
“Sometimes they talk about lands occupied by China in 1962. But they won’t tell you the truth. They will give you the impression that this happened yesterday.”
Rahul Gandhi has raised the issue of Chinese aggression along actual lines of control, claiming that Indian land was occupied.