The Chinese Are Still In Doklam: Rahul Gandhi
Congress party’s national spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi also challenged PM Modi to counter Gandhi’s statement.
Speaking at the International Institute of Strategic Studies in London, Congress president Rahul Gandhi attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the India-China standoff at the Doklam border and claimed that the Chinese troops still haven’t left the region.
Gandhi said, “The truth is the Chinese are still in Doklam today.” He continued, “Doklam is not an isolated issue. It was a part of a sequence of events, it was a process. Prime Minister is episodic. He views Doklam as an event. If he was carefully watching the process, he could’ve stopped it.”
Gandhi is in London as part of a two-day visit to the United Kingdom.
Congress party’s national spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi echoed Gandhi’s claim and challenged PM Modi to counter the statement.
During a press conference earlier today, Singhvi said, “I challenge the Modi government to counter what Congress President Rahul Gandhi has said about Doklam. Not even an inch of land captured by the Chinese is vacated.”