Rahul Gandhi is not in the country right now, absent from Monsoon Session of Parliament but didn’t forget to keep an eye and take a jibe at Centre over ‘burning issues’ of the Nation. Congress MP continues to take a dig at BJP Government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on India-China border stand-off.
Congress MP and ex-Chief flew along with his mother Sonia Gandhi for her health check-up. He tweeted, “Aap chronology samajhiye (Please understand the chronology)”.
He claimed that days before when Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that China had not crossed the border, the government took a huge loan from Chinese bank. The tweet doubled as a swipe at Home Minister Amit Shah, who used the same phrase last year about the controversial CAA and NRC programmes.
So, Mr Gandhi targeted and Tweeted, “Aap chronology samajhiye (Please understand the chronology). PM said no one entered the border… Then took a huge loan from China-based bank… Then defence minister said China had encroached … Now Minister of State for Home said no encroachment”.
He exclaimed, “Is Modi government with Indian Army or China? Modiji, why so scared?”
Understand the chronology:
🔹PM said- no one crossed the border
🔹Then, took a huge loan from a China-based bank
🔹Then, Def Min said- China occupied our land
🔹Now, MOS Home says- there’s no infiltration.
Is Modi Govt with Indian Army or with China?
Modi ji, why so scared?
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) September 16, 2020
PM Modi after Galwan valley violence said in June,”Neither has anyone intruded into our territory nor taken over any post” – a comment seen by the Congress as indicating China had crossed the LAC, because the alternative was India had crossed it.”
News Agency Reuters reported that around the same time the government took $750 million loan from the Beijing-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) in June. The money was taken to help country battle with Covid19.
As per Reports, “On May 8, at a time when the first reports of Chinese incursions at multiple points in eastern Ladakh had begun coming in and were largely ignored by the Indian government, another loan of $500 million had been taken from the AIIB to fight the pandemic back home.”