Amid the Indo-China Conflict in Arunachal Pradesh, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi questions the Modi Government!

Indo-China Conflict in Arunachal Pradesh

Indo-China Conflict in Arunachal Pradesh: The case of clash between the soldiers of India and China in Tawang area of ​​Arunachal Pradesh is now gaining momentum. According to sources, on December 9, there was a clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers. Soldiers from both the sides are said to be injured in this clash. Sources have also told that Chinese soldiers wanted to remove the post of Indian Army in Yagtse area of ​​Tawang, but Indian soldiers repelled them by giving a befitting reply. At the same time, by making this clash between the soldiers of China and India an issue, the opposition has opened a front against the Modi government at the Center. Congress and AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi has given a sharp reaction in this matter. On Tuesday, the opposition can also raise this issue in the House during the winter session of the Parliament.

Asaduddin Owaisi takes a dig on government!

AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi has made strong remarks regarding the recent skirmish between the soldiers of India and China (Indo-China Conflict in Arunachal Pradesh). Surrounding the government, he said that the news coming from Arunachal Pradesh is worrying. A major tension broke out between Indian and Chinese soldiers and the government kept the country in the dark for several days.

Owaisi tweets on the Indo-China Conflict in Arunachal Pradesh!

In a series of tweets, Owaisi asked what was the reason for the clash? Were bullets fired or was it like Galvan? How many soldiers have been injured, what is their condition? Why can’t Parliament lend its public support to the soldiers to send a strong message to China? In another tweet, he also targeted PM Modi. He wrote that ‘the army is capable of giving a befitting reply to China at any time. Weak political leadership under the leadership of PM Modi has led to this humiliation against China. There is an urgent need to discuss this in Parliament. I will move an adjournment motion on this issue tomorrow.


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