On December 18, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal jumped into the Tawang clash controversy. And stated that the Indian government is rewarding China rather than punishing it.
Indian Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal asserted that the Indian government is rewarding China rather than punishing it for the incursions. Along the de facto border, days after Indian. And Chinese troops clashed along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Tawang sector of Arunachal Pradesh on December 9.
After Congress, the Aam Aadmi Party hopped into the Tawang conflict banter. In his address to the National Council Meeting of the Aam Aadmi Party on December 18. AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal questioned the Indian government regarding China’s attempted intrusion.
“China has been making attempts at intrusion for the past few years,” the national convener of the AAP stated.
Our Jawans are diligently facing the Chinese troops at the LAC as they occasionally attempt to invade.
However, we have been hearing that China has crossed into Indian territory just a few kilometers, and even then, the Indian government says that everything is fine.
“By importing Chinese goods, the Indian government is rewarding China rather than punishing it. The greater part of the items are imported from China. We imported goods worth Rs 5.25 lakh crores from China in 2020, and we purchased goods worth 7.50 lakh crores in 2021. Arvind Kejriwal inquired, “I want to know what the need is to import from China and why we cannot manufacture them.”
“Demoralizing our Army under Kejriwal”: BJP
BJP spokesperson RP Singh told Republic TV, “Arvind Kejriwal should go out in the market. And see how many Chinese products are being sold.” In response to Kejriwal’s questions about the government.
With such remarks, Kejriwal is demoralizing our Army.
Prior, on December 16, Congress offended the security powers in the scenery of the Tawang conflict. The stupendous old party’s previous president, Rahul Gandhi asserted that in Arunachal Pradesh. The Indian warriors were getting ‘whipped’ by their Chinese partners.
“The current situation suggests to me that China is not preparing for an incursion but rather a full-scale war.
Although the threat is obvious, our government is ignoring it. Rahul Gandhi stated, “The Centre is attempting to conceal facts from us, but it won’t be able to do so for very long.”
Notably, on December 9, soldiers from the Indian Army and the People’s Liberation Army (PLA). It was of China engaged in hand-to-hand combat on the Line of Actual Control (LAC), igniting a conflict.
Although Over 300 PLA soldiers entered the area and attempted to capture a peak at 17000 feet using spiked clubs and sticks, escalating the situation. However, the Chinese were forced to retreat after the alert Indian forces stopped the attempt.
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