China has taken over 2,000 sq km of our land, while Prime Minister Narendra Modi sleeps

The government must deal with China firmly and make it clear that ‘we are not going to tolerate them sitting on Indian land. The approach that the government was following ‘by completely denying’ that the Chinese have ‘taken our land’ is extremely dangerous as it would give them the confidence to do even ‘more aggressive things’.

India does not appreciate the way to India is dealing with Chinese and instead India needs to deal with them firmly and to be very clear that they are sitting on our land and it is not something India is going to tolerate.

The prime minister of India is the only person in the country who is under the impression that the Chinese have not taken any land from India. Many Indians and her soldies and ex-army personnel, even a delegation from Ladakh believe that 2,000 square kilometres of our Indian territory have been taken over by Chinese.

Many of the patrolling points that used to be in Indian territory are now firmly in Chinese hands and inaction of Prime Minister Nareder Modi is not inconsance of the Indian interest.

It is unfair on the part of Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar to mislead that some people deliberately spread wrong news about the China issue, knowing it is not true, for politics and by talking about some land, which was taken by China in 1962, they give the impression this happened recently — comments that are personal issues of the Rahul Gandhi squarely blaming him for the inaction of the Govt of India.

Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar irresponsibly says that “Sometimes, they talk about some land, which was taken by China in 1962. But they will not tell you the truth. They will give you the impression that this thing happened yesterday,” he had said without taking names.

Rahul Gandhi has been raising the issue of Chinese aggression along the Line of Actual Control, alleging that Indian land has been occupied. It is unfortunate that India sleeps on the issue.