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AIMIM Chief Owaisi Hits Out At Centre For Failing To Debate On Tawang Clash In Parliament

Asaduddin Owaisi, the leader of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen, criticised the central government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday (December 19) for failing to hold a debate in Parliament about the clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers along the Line of Actual Control, or LAC, in the Tawang sector of Arunachal Pradesh. By stating that no one had entered Indian land, he claimed PM Modi had mislead the nation.

Owaisi added in remarks to a news organisation, “By claiming that nobody entered our territory, Prime Minister Modi mislead the nation. Chinese military have taken control of Depsang and Demchok, according to satellite pictures. Will we carry on trading with them while they continue to seize our land?”

He claimed that although the Indian Army is extremely strong, the administration is “very weak and afraid of China.” “The administration should convene an all-party meeting or host a discussion in the House of Commons to outline its strategy for dealing with China. The entire nation will be behind the government if they demonstrate political leadership. Despite the strength of our army and government’s fear of China, “Added he.

He asserted earlier on Thursday that the Centre has kept the public and Parliament in the dark about the current situation on the LAC.

“The Modi administration has kept both the public and Parliament in the dark. Why is it afraid that the truth about China may surface? Why does Modi want to keep the truth about Chinese aggression a secret?” A news footage about the “Chinese aggression” along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh was attached to Owaisi’s tweet.

China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) troops attempted to cross the Line of Actual Control in the Yangtse area of Tawang Sector in Arunachal Pradesh and unilaterally change the status quo, but they were forced to retreat to their positions due to the timely intervention of Indian troops, according to Defence Minister Rajnath Singh’s report to the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday.

According to the Defence Minister, “our forces are determined to maintaining our territorial integrity and will continue to oppose any attempt made to alter the status quo.”

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