Rahul Gandhi Attacks Narendra Modi Again, Calls Him ‘Surrender Modi’

Rahul Gandhi (1)

Rahul Gandhi has once again come out in the open and has attached the Prime Minister and called him ‘Surrender Modi’. He also attached an article of a foreign publication with a headline India’s appeasement policy toward China unravels.

After accusing the Prime Minister of surrendering the Indian territory to the Chinese, former Congress President has come out and said that Narendra Modi is actually Surrender Modi. On Saturday, the leader had accused of giving away the territory to China. This remark comes after Prime Minister’s statement that neither is anyone inside India’s territory nor has anyone captured its posts. He said,


“PM has surrendered Indian territory to Chinese aggression. If the land was Chinese. Why were our soldiers killed? Where were they killed?”

In the Saturday’s all-party meeting, the Prime Minister had said,

“At the outset, Prime Minister clarified that neither is anyone inside our territory nor is any of our posts captured.”

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Courtesy: Deccan Chronicle

Following this statement, the Prime Minister’s office clarified the statement and said that this was a mischievous interpretation of the Prime Minister’s statement.

China Continues to Escalate

According to another report by NDTV, the Chinese forces have brought in bulldozers into action on their side of the line of actual control. As per the report, the attempt is to block or disturb the flow of the Galwan river into the Northeastern part of Ladakh which is a kilometer away from where the face-off took place. The report further states that the flow of river perceptibly changes from flowing blue waters into a small muddy stream that soon becomes imperceptible as it crossed the line of actual control.


On Monday night, the two military forces clashed at the Galwan valley in which 20 Indian army personnel were killed. Even as the Chinese media has acknowledged casualties on the Chinese side, there haven’t been the exact numbers reported yet. The escalation on Monday is unprecedented as it was the biggest confrontation between the two forces since the 1967 clash in Nathu La when the Indian forces lost 80 soldiers while the Chinese lost 300 of its army personnel.

Source: The Hindu