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Rahul Gandhi Again Questioned Modi Over Ladakh Stand-Off

Rahul Gandhi, Narendra Modi

National: Rahul Gandhi, the Congress leader once again targeted Narendra Modi on August 16. The Congress leader said that Narendra Modi allowed China to take Indian land. He also said that the PM of India has lied about the Eastern Ladakh stand-off to the citizen of India. For many months the former Congress leader is continuously questioning Modi and Centre on various issues.
Rahul Gandhi wrote on his twitter “Everybody believes in the capability and valor of the Indian Army. Except for the PM: Whose cowardice allowed China to take our land. Whose lies will ensure they keep it.”

According to Rahul Gandhi, PM Modi’s cowardice allowed China to occupy Indian land. He repeatedly questioned Narendra Modi over the border stand-off with China. The former leader also alleged that Modi has hidden the truth about it.
Earlier in July, he made multiple attacks on the PM through many short videos on Social media. In his videos, he also attacked the Centre. On July 27, Rahul Gandhi claimed that China has occupied Indian land.

The Congress party also criticized Modi for not mentioning China in his Independence Day speech. The party asked the government to tell how it will handle to push back the Chinese forces occupying the territory.

Randeep Singh, the Congress chief spokesperson after the flag hoisting ceremony at the party headquarters spoke to the reporters. The stated to the reporters that, “We are all proud of our armed, paramilitary and police forces. We are 1.3 billion Indians, all Congress workers are proud of them. Whenever there is an attack on India, our Armed forces gave a befitting reply. But our rulers are scared to take China’s name. Why are the people in power scared of China?”

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