China and Pakistan have come together, if war happens it will be with both: Rahul Gandhi
Bharat Jodo Yatra: Criticizing the policies of the central government, Rahul Gandhi said, ‘After 2014, our economic system has slowed down. Unrest, fighting, confusion, and hatred have spread in our country. Our mentality is still of two and a half fronts. The mindset is not of joint operations and cyber warfare. India is very weak now.”
Former National President of Congress Rahul Gandhi said that India is very weak at this time. (PTI file photo)
New Delhi. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said that China and Pakistan are preparing together and if there is a war, it will be against both countries. In a video on Rahul Gandhi’s YouTube channel, during a conversation with ex-army officers during the Bharat Jodo Yatra, the Congress MP said, “China and Pakistan have come together, if there is any war then with both.” Will happen. India is very weak at this time. I don’t just respect you (Army), but also love you. You protect the country. This country cannot exist without you.
The Congress leader said, ‘Earlier we had two enemies China and Pakistan and our policy was to separate them. Earlier it was said that there should not be a two-front war, then people say that two and a half-front war is going on. That is Pakistan, China, and terrorism. Today it is a front in which China and Pakistan are together. If there is a war it will be with both. They are working together not only militarily but also economically.
Rahul criticized the policies of the central government
Criticizing the policies of the central government, Rahul Gandhi said, ‘After 2014, our economic system has slowed down. Unrest, fighting, confusion, and hatred have spread in our country. Our mentality is still of two and a half fronts. The mindset is not of joint operations and cyber warfare. India is very weak now. Both China and Pakistan are preparing surprises for us, so I keep repeating that the government cannot remain silent. The government should tell the people of the country what happened on the border. What steps do we have to take, we have to start today. Actually, we were supposed to work five years back, but we didn’t. If we don’t act fast, the damage will be huge. I am very concerned about what is happening on the border between Arunachal and Ladakh.
On 13 December, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh told the Rajya Sabha that troops of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China tried to cross the Line of Actual Control and change the status quo in the Yangtse sector of Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang sector, but they were engaged by Indian troops. Due to the timely intervention of the military commanders, they went back to their places.