Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to inform the nation how he proposes to drive Chinese language troops out of Ladakh.
“The entire nation is aware of that China has snatched India’s land. Everyone knows the Chinese language are at 4 locations in Ladakh. Please inform the nation how you’ll evict the Chinese language troops and when?” he requested in a video deal with barely an hour earlier than the Prime Minister’s deal with to the nation.
The Congress has been attacking the Prime Minister over inconsistencies on the federal government’s stand on the place of Chinese language troops in Ladakh. Final week, the opposition social gathering had requested Modi to “publicly condemn China’s brazen act in Ladakh.” Modi has not but named China amid the standoff.
The Indian Military has been bracing itself for all eventualities in Ladakh and has deployed battle tanks in the Galwan Valley sector the place 20 Indian troopers have been killed in a conflict with Chinese language troops on the evening of June 15 that triggered a nationwide outrage.
Senior army commanders from India and China are assembly in Chushul on Tuesday to hammer out a disengagement protocol.
On Monday, the federal government banned 59 China-lined cell phone apps saying they have been prejudicial to India’s sovereignty, safety, defence and public order. The ban evoked a pointy response from Beijing on Tuesday which stated it was “strongly concerned” and confused on cooperation between the 2 international locations and underlined that the ban would go in opposition to “India’s pursuits”.