Cong accuses Modi government of immature foreign policy
Party workers burn Chinese Flag in Dehradun as mark of protest
The Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) president Pritam Singh has said that the attack on Indian soldiers by Chinese at Galwan river valley of Ladakh reflects immaturity of Indian foreign policy. Expressing deep sorrow over the martyrdom of 20 personnel of Indian Army at Galwan valley in a violent skirmish with the Chinese troops, the PCC President said Congress party pays homage to the brave hearts and is with their families at this juncture. He said that Congress is standing firmly with the government for the safety of the borders of the countries. He however added that the Indian government failed to understand the ploy of China which resulted in martyrdom of the Indian soldiers. Singh demanded that the Prime Minister and Home minister should come out and inform the country the reality behind the incident. The PCC president said that the Modi government has failed miserably in protecting the boundaries and in ensuring safety and dignity of the people.
Meanwhile the Congress party workers expressed their anger over the incident by burning the Chinese flag. On Wednesday a large number of party workers under the leadership of state general secretary Vijay Saraswat assembled at the state headquarters of the Congress party and paid homage to the 20 martyrs of the Indian army. The workers shouted slogans against China and condemned its action in Galwan valley. The workers then consigned the Chinese flag to flames as a mark of their protest. Sarawat said that the incident of Galwan in Leh area has caused concern in other border areas in the state of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Arunachal Pradesh.
Thursday, 18 June 2020 | PNS | Dehradun
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