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Opposition raising questions on PM’s comment, Center had to issue written statement of Narendra Modi in All-Party Meet

The Congress on Saturday termed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement on the deadlock with China in Ladakh as “astonishing and shocking” and said the government should clarify its stand on China’s claim on the Galvan Valley.

The opposition is questioning PM Modi’s statement about the India China deadlock. Opposition is constantly besieging the central government regarding PM Modi’s statement in an all-party meeting. In such a situation, the central government has issued a written statement of PM Modi. The clarification issued by the Prime Minister’s Office states that the Chinese Army’s lack of presence on the Indian border on the Line of Actual Control of Prime Minister Modi is related to the post-heroism situation of the armed forces.

Opposition raising questions on PM's comment, Center had to issue written statement of Narendra Modi in All-Party Meet

The statement said that the attempt to encroach on Chinese troops in Galvan has been thwarted by the sacrifice of soldiers. It has also been said that deliberate misconception is being spread on PM Modi’s statement. In fact, PM Modi said in the all-party meeting that there is no entry into the Indian border in Ladakh and neither one of our posts is in the possession of anyone else. Questions were raised on his statement that if this did not happen then would our soldiers enter the territory of China?

Explain that the Congress on Saturday termed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement on the deadlock with China in Ladakh as “astonishing and shocking”, that the government should clarify its stand on China’s claim on Galvan Valley. Senior party leader P. Chidambaram also questioned that if the Prime Minister told about the true situation in Ladakh, then why was the supreme sacrifice of 20 soldiers and on what subject talks with China at military level in the last few weeks was happening?

Government of India statement on yesterday’s All-Party meeting. pic.twitter.com/VeRHRptPdR

— ANI (@ANI) June 20, 2020

He told reporters via video link, “The Prime Minister said that there was no outsider in the Indian border in Ladakh. It is clear that the Prime Minister’s statement contradicts the earlier statements of the Chief of Army Staff, Defense Minister and Foreign Minister. His statement surprised and shocked us. “

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