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Congress slams gov’t for giving China 1,000 sq km

Congress party members criticized the central government a day after Indian and Chinese troops completed the disengagement process at Patrolling point 15 in eastern Ladakh’s Gogra-Hot Springs region. The party accused the government of ceding 1,000 square kilometers of Indian land to China and asked when the status quo ante would be restored.

“China won’t restore the status quo of April 2020, which India demanded. China got 1,000 square kilometers from the Prime Minister without a fight. What’s the plan for reclaiming this territory? That’s what Rahul Gandhi tweeted.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was accused of compromising national security by Congress spokesperson Supriya Shrinate.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was accused of compromising national security by Congress spokesperson Supriya Shrinate.

It’s not the first time we’re disengaging and setting up buffer zones… Why are we pushing back our army? Why is our army being asked to give up patrolling points where we had been patrolling until now? :she asked

It’s been promised by the Prime Minister that the status quo ante will be restored by April 2020.”…Why is our national security and foreign policy at risk?”In 31 months of tension on our border with China, why has the Modi government not taken any decisive action to protect our national security? she asked.

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