The Congress on Sunday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of “running away” from a debate in Parliament on the situation along the border with China.
Opposition leaders Wednesday launched a fresh attack in the Parliament, accusing Narendra Government of remaining a “mute spectator” to “brazen Chinese aggressions” which, they said, affect India’s national security and territorial integrity.
India's relations with China right now was going through a "very difficult phase" after Beijing violated border agreements, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said on Saturday.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday alleged that India's national security is "unpardonably compromised" as the Narendra Modi government does not have a strategy on China.
Gandhi said that "BJP has institutionalised lies" and stated that the party is fudging data on coronavirus and related deaths, Gross Domestic Product figures and the recent standoff with China.
Disinformation is no substitute for diplomacy or decisive leadership – Manmohan Singh’s advice to PM Modi
"We remind the Government that disinformation is no substitute for diplomacy or decisive leadership. The truth cannot be suppressed by having pliant allies spout comforting but false statements"