“PM Modi doesn’t believe in the valour of Indian Army,”said Rahul Gandhi

“PM Modi doesn’t believe in the valour of Indian Army,”said Rahul Gandhi

Once again, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi hit out at PM Modi saying that PM doesn’t believe in the capability and valour of Indian Army.

This isn’t the first time when Rahul Gandhi has criticised PM over Chinese controversy. He has repeatedly asked questions to PM about the standoff with China. He said that PM’s lies made sure that China gets our land.

Rahul Gandhi tweeted,”Everybody believes in the capability and valour of the Indian army. Except the PM: Whose cowardice allowed China to take our land. Whose lies will ensure they keep it.”

Although, the Indian government has taken so many strong decisions against China after the Galwan valley incident.

At first, the Centre banned 47 Chinese apps in India including TikTok, CamScanner, Shareit, Club Factory, Shein ,etc in June. This move came to the surface when 20 Indian Soldiers lost their lives during the Galwan Clash. Apps such as TikTok and Shein had a huge user base in India.

Moreover, States are looking to end contracts with Chinese firms. The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority cancelled the bids to manufacture 10 monorail rakes received from two Chinese companies – CRRC Corporation Ltd and BYD Co Ltd.

Protests are reported in various parts of the country demanding a ban on Chinese products. An outrage could be seen on social media against Chinese goods in India.

A set of Five Rafale arrived in India recently. Keeping the India China conflict in mind, the request for early delivery was made by India to France as according to the original delivery schedule, the first 18 jets (including the four in the first batch) were to be delivered to the IAF by February 2021, with the rest expected by April-May 2022.

Notably, The LAC came into existence when China first occupied Aksai Chin in 1962 since then it has become a major conflict of China trying to occupying Indian land. Aksai Chin is a high altitude wasteland of the former state Jammu and Kashmir which is now a part of Ladakh.

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