Congress leader Rahul Gandhi says national security non-negotiable; asks PM to “defend the nation”

Declaring that public safety and public honesty of the nation is “non-debatable”, Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi today considered the Narendra Modi government’s reaction to reports that China was building a second scaffold across Pangong Tso in eastern Ladakh as “tentative and meek”.

China is fabricating second extension at Pangong and the public authority says it is observing the circumstance, he said, requesting that the Prime Minister “safeguard the country”.

Taking up the issue on Twitter, the Conngress pioneer composed:

“China builds 1st bridge on Pangong

GOI: We are monitoring the situation.

China builds 2nd bridge on Pangong

GOI: We are monitoring the situation.

India’s National security and regional honesty is non-debatable. A hesitant and submissive reaction will not do. PM should guard the Nation”.

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Congress representative Pawan Khera expressed as opposed to attempting to assemble the picture of the Prime Minister, the public authority ought to be worried about the picture of the country.

The BJP-drove government is “undermining India’s public safety, Khera asserted, proceeding with the Congress attack over the issue.

The Ministry of External Affairs, notwithstanding, said the region where the detailed development is being embraced is under the control of China for a really long time, with representative Arindam Bagchi stating that India screens such turns of events.

“We have seen media reports and different reports on the supposed extension… someone said second scaffold or on the other hand assuming it is a development of the ongoing scaffold,” Bagchi said.

India accepts that the region that is alluded to in the reports is under the control of the Chinese side for a really long time, he added.

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