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Narendra Modi Alagiri asks Prime Minister Modi to come clean on Chinese incursions

Narendra Modi Alagiri asks Prime Minister Modi to come clean on Chinese incursions

Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi
The Tamil Nadu Congress Committee president mentioned Prime Minister Modi must impress to the nation how Chinese language troops could also intervene into Indian territory and cancel 20 squaddies, collectively with a Colonel

Tamil Nadu Congress Committee (TNCC) president Okay.S. Alagiri on Friday slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the violent face-off with Chinese language troops at Ladakh’s Galwan valley and sought an clarification as to how Chinese language troops could also intervene into Indian territory.

Talking to journalists after paying homage to the portraits of martyred solicited at his native Keerapalayam come Chidambaram, Mr. Alagiri mentioned that the Prime Minister could also collected impress to the nation how Chinese language troops could also intervene into Indian territory and cancel 20 squaddies, collectively with a Colonel.

“By resorting to this brutal action, China has brought disrepute to itself internationally. Mr. Modi could also collected no longer live mum and must impress how Chinese language troops could also step into our territory,” he mentioned. He mentioned that it modified into as soon as indeed unfortunate that folks that criticised the Prime Minister on the going through of the Chinese language space had been dubbed “anti-nationals”.

Mr. Alagiri mentioned that BJP president J.P. Nadda had accused frail Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of presiding over 600 incursions while heading the United Innovative Alliance (UPA) Govt at the Centre. But after Mr. Modi came to power, China had dedicated about 2,264 transgressions since 2015. The BJP and Mr. Nadda could also collected reply to the alarming number of incursions under Mr. Modi, he mentioned.

Taking strong exception to the custodial loss of life of two persons in Sathankulam, Mr. Alagiri mentioned that the police had resorted to unjustified action. The executive could also collected transfer the probe to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to mark particular impartial investigation and justice, he mentioned.

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