Asaduddin Owaisi asked PM Narendra Modi to take all parties to the site of the clash in Tawang. The AIMIM MP also looked at PM Modi and said that “he is failing in showing political leadership.” Owaisi also said that the PM is scared of handling China’s name and his government is scared of speaking about China.
Asaduddin Owaisi told a news agency, “Clashes happened on December 9, and you are making a statement today. If the media had not reported, you wouldn’t have spoken.”
On December 9 clashes, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh’s official statement stated that Chinese troops tried to “unilaterally” change the status quo along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Yangtse area of Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang sector last week. Still, the Indian Army compelled them to retreat by its “firm and resolute” response, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said in Parliament on Tuesday. In similar statements in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, Singh said there were “no fatalities” or serious injuries to the Indian soldiers and that the clash led to injuries to a few personnel on both sides.
Soon after news of a clash between Indian and Chinese troops in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang region emerged, AIMIM head Asaduddin Owaisi lambasted the BJP administration in a tweet, saying China had learned from previous experiences. Still, Prime Minister Narendra Modi would never accept this invasion.
He accused Prime Minister Modi of manipulating the media to construct a different story regarding China’s invasion of Indian territory. He further alleged that China had increased the strength of its troops in Arunachal Pradesh by 75 per cent by August 2022.
Asaduddin Owaisi said in a tweet, “China has learnt from experiences at Doklam, Depsang, Galwan and Demchok that PM Modi will never accept this invasion and use his social media to spin a different story. Therefore, China continues to invade, bit by bit, without making noise.”
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