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Sonia questions over Galwan Clash, said patiently waited for a year but no clarity

Sonia Gandhi

The National Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday attacked the government for its lack of transparency surrounding the martyred 20 Indian soldiers in a clash with Chinese troops into the Ladakh's Galvan Valley, on the 15th of June of the previous year. A non-exhaustive number of Chinese soldiers were killed in the initial collision between the Indian and Chinese troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the last couple of decades. 

“Having patiently waited for the government to come clean and inform the nation about the circumstances in which the unprecedented incident happened and reassure the people that the sacrifice of our brave jawans was not in vain, the Congress Party reiterates its concern that no clarity is yet available and the Prime Minister’s last word on the subject a year ago was that no transgression had occurred,” stated by Congress President Sonia Gandhi.


She also added that the Congress has repeatedly requested information about the process and the details of what's to progress, to go back to the previous status quo along the LAC. Gandhi also said that the withdrawal from the agreement with China, which is not favourable for India. They are calling on the Government to accept the people's trust and to make sure that their accomplishments are worthy of the efforts of the soldiers to be brave, and determined, at the leading edge. 

Therefore, there is no such immediate response from from the ruling Party BJP ahs been recorded so far on Gandhi's comments. The Congress also needs to focus on the country first policy by not asking question over the on Doctors or security personnel's.  


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