Rahul Gandhi in UK: Chinese language troops nonetheless in Doka La however Narendra Modi met Xi Jinping with none agenda, says Congress chief

London: Reiterating that the “Chinese language are nonetheless in Doklam”, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday declined to disclose info mentioned on the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Overseas Affairs which seemed into the Doka La standoff.

Congress president Rahul Gandhi on the London College of Economics. Twitter @INCIndia

Responding to a query on the Doka La difficulty whereas interacting with Indian Journalists Affiliation in London, Gandhi mentioned, “Chinese language troops are nonetheless in Doklam and have constructed huge infrastructure there. The prime minister went just lately to China and did not talk about Doklam with them. The prime minister went there with out agenda. Any individual comes right here, slaps you in your face and you’ve got a non-agenda dialogue.”

On being requested if he might throw gentle on the Doka La report since he was a part of the Parliamentary Committee and had an interplay with the international secretary, Gandhi mentioned, “It’s a difficult query as a result of I am unable to say. I’m sure by Parliamentary privilege; cannot say what was within the report. However I can say that we had a dialog with the international secretary and the defence secretary on Doklam. And what was mentioned in that room, can’t be mentioned outdoors.” The 19-member Parliamentary Standing Committee on Overseas Affairs is headed by Congress Member of Parliament Shashi Tharoor.

On Friday, Gandhi asserted that the Doka La standoff might have been prevented if the present authorities on the Centre-led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi handled the matter extra diligently.

Throughout an interplay on the Worldwide Institute of Strategic Research in London, the Congress chief took a sardonic dig on the incumbent authorities and mentioned that the Bharatiya Janata Get together (BJP) dispensation claimed that China withdrew its forces from Doka La, however the “Chinese language are nonetheless current” on the disputed website.

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