Thu. Sep 28th, 2023

New Delhi-Congress on Wednesday raised questions and slammed the BJP-led Centre after the nineteenth spherical of talks with China failed, saying that the established order ante as in April 2020 has not been restored.

The uncommon two-day India-China navy talks held on August 13 and 14.

Congress General secretary Randeep Singh Surjewala wrote on X (previously Twitter): “19 Round of talks with China fail, talks fail every time for last three years. Status Quo Ante as in April 2020 not restored for three years and three months.”

“Indian forces can’t ‘patrol 26 out of 65 patroling points’ in Depsang Plains near the strategic DBO Airstrip or CNN Junction near Demchok. Chinese continue to Block Indian Soldiers at the Y Junction called ‘bottleneck’, inside our territory. Access to Petroling Points 10, 11, 11A, 12, 13 blocked by the Chinese.”

Firing salvos on the authorities, Surjewala, who can be the Rajya Sabha MP mentioned, “Questions to Modi government — when will Indian Territory brazenly occupied by the Chinese be vacated and Chinese Army pushed back? Has Modi government reconciled to ceding of nearly 1, 000 square Kilometres of Indian Territory occupied by the Chinese? When will Status Quo Ante as on April 2020 be restored by showing “Red Eyes” to China? Does PM Modi still maintain that ‘no one entered Indian territory’ as he told the All Party Meeting on 20 June, 2020 or Did he mislead the Nation?”

“If ‘no one entered Indian Territory’, why are the talks being held with the Chinese and Is the Army Chief wrong to say that Chinese have illegally occupied Indian Territory? When will the Modi government travel beyond the rhetoric to protect ‘Bharat Mata’?” the Congress chief added.

His remarks got here after the uncommon two-day India-China navy talks held this Sunday and Monday did not make any fast headway on the vital situation of Chinese presence in Depsang Plains however each side agreed to “resolve the remaining issues in an expeditious manner”.

A press release launched by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Tuesday mentioned that the assembly was held on the Indian aspect of the Chushul-Moldo border assembly level on August 13-14.

In line with the steering supplied by the management, each side exchanged views in an open and ahead trying method, it added. “The two sides had a constructive, constructive and in-depth dialogue on the decision of the remaining points alongside the LAC within the Western Sector. In line with the steering supplied by the management, they exchanged views in an open and ahead trying method, ” a press release learn.

“They agreed to resolve the remaining issues in an expeditious manner and maintain the momentum of dialogue and negotiations through military and diplomatic channels. In the interim, the two sides agreed to maintain the peace and tranquility on the ground in the border areas, ” the assertion learn.

India has been in search of restoration of established order as of April 2020 in areas which noticed tensions starting May 2020, in addition to decision of earlier disagreements, together with these over Depsang Plains.

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