new Delhi: The Congress questioned the government as to why the Ministry of Defense has removed the report mentioning China’s ‘incursions’ from its website in East Ladakh. On the other hand, former party president Rahul Gandhi said that removing the documents from the website is not going to change the facts. Also Read – Congress is now doing ‘purification’ in Madhya Pradesh, Ganges water will be distributed in these areas
In fact, the Defense Ministry on Thursday removed the document uploaded on its website, on which a news paper based on it was published. According to the report, in the month of June, the report said that the situation arising out of ‘unilateral aggression’ of Chinese soldiers remains sensitive and this deadlock may go on for a long time. Also Read – Army Chief on visit, will take stock of the current tension on the Chinese border and the deployment of the army
Rahul Gandhi tweeted, “Leave standing against China, the Prime Minister of India also saw a lack of courage in taking his name. Removing documents from the website is not going to change the facts. ” Also Read – Deadlock with China likely to persist for long, situation remains sensitive: Ministry of Defense
Senior Congress spokesman Ajay Maken told media persons that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said in an all-party meeting that there was no intrusion in the Indian border and no one of our posts was occupied. But the Ministry of Defense in its report says that Chinese troops have infiltrated and this deadlock is going to be long lasting.
A senior Congress spokesperson questioned, “Why was the report removed from the website? We want to know what is the truth? ” Maken said, “Government should tell how it will deal with China and what is the real situation. The people of the country have the right to know this. “