Foreign Minister S Jaishankar hit back at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s statement and accused him of ‘deliberately spreading fake news’. Now the Congress has accused the Center of ‘Deny, Distract, Lie and Justify’ policy towards China.
China But calling the policy of the Center as ‘Failed China Policy’ Congress Has made a big attack. Recently, party leader Rahul Gandhi had alleged that China is occupying India’s land and the central government is not doing anything for it. foreign Minister S Jaishankar had countered this statement of Rahul, on which Congress leader Jairam Ramesh accused ‘DDLJ’. In a statement, he termed the government’s policy to deal with the Chinese in Ladakh as “DDLJ- Deny, Distract, Lie and Justify”.
The Congress on Monday alleged that no amount of grandeur can be hidden from the Modi government’s failed China policy and its attempt to hide India’s biggest territorial loss in decades. Senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh termed the government’s policy of dealing with the Chinese in Ladakh as DDLJ-deny, distract, lie and justify (deny, distract, lie and justify) and said that Jaishankar’s remarks were against former party chief Very poor statement on Rahul Gandhi.
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Jaishankar accused of spreading fake news
Jaishankar had said during a program in Pune on Saturday that some people are deliberately spreading false news regarding the China issue. His comments were seen as a jibe at Gandhi. Congress General Secretary and Communications Head Ramesh said, “No amount of pomp can hide the fact that the (Narendra) Modi government has tried to hide India’s biggest territorial loss in decades, which was the (Chinese) President’s attack by Prime Minister Modi.” It happened after wooing Xi (Jinping). “We suggest that External Affairs Minister Jaishankar and the government spend more time trying to get Chinese troops out of Depsang and Demchok and less time blaming the opposition for their incompetence,” he said.
Attempt to divert attention from ‘Failed China Policy’
The Congress leader said, External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar’s recent remarks attacking the Congress are the latest attempt to divert attention from the Modi government’s failed China policy, the most recent revelation being that since May 2020, India has lost access to 26 patrolling points out of 65 in Ladakh . He said that there is no comparison of 1962 with 2020, when India fought a war with China to defend its territory, while in the recent case, India accepted Chinese aggression after an initial nukur, followed by ‘disengagement’. (withdrawal) took place, in which India has lost access to thousands of square kilometers.
Are opposition leaders not entitled to meet diplomats?
The Congress leader said on minister Jaishankar’s remarks on Gandhi for meeting the Chinese ambassador in 2017, it was ironic to make such remarks from a person who was ambassador to the US during the Obama administration. He asked, are the opposition leaders not entitled to meet diplomats of important countries from the point of view of trade, investment and security? Rather, the Modi government should have been honest from the beginning and taken the opposition into confidence by discussing the China issue in parliamentary standing committees and debating in Parliament, he said.
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