Amit Sha's open challenge to Rahul, 'Come is parliament for debate over China clash'
New Delhi: On one hand, while there is an escalation with China, on the other, there is a fierce fight between the Congress and the BJP on this issue. Politics is also at a peak since the martyrdom of 20 Indian soldiers in the conflict with China in the Galvan Valley on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. Regarding India's reaction to the clash in Galvan Valley, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has been continuously raising questions on the Modi government.
Even Rahul Gandhi had called PM Modi as "Surender Modi". On this, Union Home Minister Amit Shah has said that the Parliament has to start. If you want to discuss, we will come. From 1962 till today, there should be two hands. In an interview with news agency ANI, Amit Shah said that no one is afraid of the discussion. But when the jawans of the country are struggling, the government is taking the right steps by taking a stand, it is not right to give such a statement to Pakistan and China at that time.
On the question of deadlock with China in the Galvan Valley of Corona and Ladakh, Amit Shah said that India is going to win both wars under the leadership of PM Modi. Shah said that the Indian government has fought a good war against Corona. I cannot advise Rahul Gandhi, this is the work of the leaders of his party. Some people are 'Vakradashtha', they also see wrong in the right things. India fought well against Corona and our figures are much better than the world.