A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court against Sonia, Rahul Gandhi and other Congress leaders for the MoU signed between the UPA Government and the Chinese Government in 2008. The petition, filed by an advocate, demanded that the apex court issue a direction to the NIA to examine the said agreement under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act 1967. In the midst of the ongoing dispute with China over LAC in Galvan Meanwhile, the political battle between the Congress and the BJP has also intensified.
In response to Rahul Gandhi’s attacks, the BJP has made the Congress’s relationship with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) a major issue. After the attack on Manmohan Singh on Monday to dedicate thousands of square kilometers of land to China, BJP President JP Nadda blamed the agreement between the Congress and the CCP for this. On Tuesday, JP Nadda signed the agreement between the Congress Party and the CCP And then tweeted the decisions related to the changed attitude of the Manmohan Singh government and the Congress.
According to him, it was only after the agreement that the then Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government surrendered thousands of kilometers of land to China. When Doklam happened, Rahul Gandhi went to the Chinese Embassy to meet the Chinese Ambassador to India. He also tried to hide this thing.
BJP says that now when there is tension with China once again, Rahul Gandhi is dropping the morale of the army. The BJP president asked if this was the effect of the agreement. It is to be noted that earlier, BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra had also raised the issue of the agreement between the CCP and the Congress. Patra had demanded the Congress and Rahul Gandhi to keep detailed details of this agreement in front of the country. According to him, this agreement between the two parties is not limited to the then UPA government but is forever. That is, it still continues.
At the same time, the Congress has attacked the government even today, saying that BJP MP Tapir Gaw has claimed to occupy 50-60 km area of Arunachal Pradesh by the Chinese army, on which the government should give immediate clarification. Party Spokesperson Manish Tiwari said that the government should tell whether Tapir Gaon is right or wrong … He addressed the press conference through video link. The Congress leader said that since the news of Chinese incursion into Ladakh came, the BJP-led government had been trying to suppress it. Now, on what the BJP MP Tapir Gav has said, the government should tell the truth before the public.