On the provocative antics of Chinese soldiers, the Congress asked PM Narendra Modi-when will your ‘ red eye ‘ appear?

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On the provocative antics of Chinese soldiers, the Congress asked PM Narendra Modi-when will your ' red eye ' appear?
On the provocative antics of Chinese soldiers, the Congress asked PM Narendra Modi-when will your ' red eye ' appear?

On the provocative antics of Chinese soldiers, the Congress asked PM Narendra Modi-when will your ‘ red eye ‘ appear?

Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala has questioned the Modi government following reports of a border dispute in eastern Ladakh.

There is once again a big news about the border dispute in eastern Ladakh. Centre Govt has said that the Indian Army has foiled the attempt by the Indian Army to try to change the status quo by once again inciting the Chinese army (PLA). After which the Congress (Congress) surrounded the Modi government and questioned, “When will your red eye appear?”

Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala tweeted a while ago, “New audacity to capture the country’s sarzaminn! Daily New Chinese Intrusion…….. Pangong So Lake Locala, Gogra and Galwan Valley, Depasang Planus, Lipulekh, Doka Law and Naku Law Pass. The hordes are fearless in the defence of India’s mother, but when will Modiji’s “Red Eye” appear?”

Congress leader Jayveer Shergil tweeted, “BJP comes into an over-active mode to defend on social media over other issues but in sleep mode on China’s issue. When will the press conference on these issues take place-what led to infiltration into China? When will the status quo be restored? What steps were taken to evict? Why is the government afraid to name China?’

India-China troops have been re-encountered in Pangong in eastern Ladakh. This situation arose on the night of August 29-30. The Indian Army responded in a befitting reply to the Chinese troops’ infiltration. The situation comes at a time when talks are underway to ease tensions along the border between the two countries, from the military level to the diplomatic level. A statement issued by the Defence Ministry said Chinese troops instigated Indian troops. Indian troops gave a befitting reply to the Chinese army. A meeting between military officials at brigadier level of India and China is continuing to ease tensions in Chushul following clashes near Pangong Lake.

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