News Desk, Tech for FTCP, New Delhi
Updated Wed, 16 Sep 2020 03:03 PM IST
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The Modi government has called an all-party meeting amid the ongoing dispute with China in Ladakh. According to media reports, the meeting may take place at 5 pm on Wednesday, which will include the leaders of several political parties. The meeting comes after Defense Minister Rajnath Singh made a statement in the Lok Sabha on the dispute with China.
A statement has been made by the government in the Parliament session, but the opposition was demanding a detailed discussion on the entire controversy. For which the Congress also protested in the Lok Sabha, now it has been insisted to call this meeting for discussion on behalf of the government.
When the monsoon session began and the Question Hour was canceled, many opposition parties, including the Congress, TMC, accused the government of running around and fleeing the issue of China.
In the Lok Sabha, Rajnath Singh said in his statement that the situation in Ladakh is serious and China is trying to change the current situation of LAC. Giving all the information from April till now, Rajnath Singh said that we want to resolve this dispute by negotiation, but if the situation changes, the Indian Army is ready.
Opposition surrounded government on China issue
The Congress and the entire opposition led by Congress leader Rahul Gandhi are an attacker on the Modi government. Every day, through Twitter, Rahul is accusing the government of misleading the China dispute and fearing Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At the same time, on Wednesday also Rahul claimed to have given different statements of the government. In the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday, the Home Ministry said in a reply that there has been no intrusion on the China border in the last six months. On which Rahul Gandhi raised questions.