The Canard Of Godi Khandan Over Chinese Incursions
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of surrendering India’s territory to China during India-China faceoff at Galwan Valley.
In a tweet today, Gandhi wrote: “Narendra Modi Is actually Surender Modi.” Along with this tweet, he attached a news article which talks about India’s policy towards China.
Does this 51-year-old adolscent has any right to question the Prime Minister over India’s policy towards China, particularly after the signing of a MoU in 2008 between Indian National Congress and Communist Party of China in Beijing?
The MoU, interestingly, was signed between the then Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi and the then Chinese Vice President and Standing Committee Member of CPC’s politburo Xi Jingping himself. The then Congress President Sonia Gandhi also was present along with another partyman Anand Sharma.
What was the MoU all about? Did it hint at the appeasement policy of the Congress towards the Communist Party of China?
The MoU provided the exchange of high-level information and co-operation between them. It also provided the two parties with the “opportunity to consult each other on important bilateral, regional and international developments.”
Not only this, he has had secret meetings with Chinese officials during Doklam standoff, raising suspicion among policymakers regarding the intent behind it.
In 2017, he met Chinese Ambassador to India Luo Zhaohui in the middle of a standoff at Doklam, but it was denied by the Congress party. However, they faced a massive embarrassment after the Chinese embassy confirmed Rahul Gandhi-Luo Zhaohui secret meeting.
Next year, Rahul Gandhi had himself accidently divulged the secret meeting with a couple of Chinese ministers during his trip to Kailash Mansarovar in September 2018.
Therefore, the Congress party’s soft treatment to China and CPC comes as no surprise. Congress President Sonia Gandhi has so far not spoken a word against the hostile neighbour, but posing several questions, trying to indicate that Modi government had ceded some more Indian territories to China.
Both Rahul and Sonia Gndhi should not forget that India-China border dispute is due to Jawaharlal Nehru’s historical blunders.
One of the major blunders was giving up on Tibet in 1954, which emboldened China to flex its muscles and do everything in its power to harm India’s interests. It resulted in armed clashes in Tibet which ended in the 14th Dalai Lama crossing over into India on March 30, 1959.
Dalai Lama’s escape infuriated China. Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai publicly blamed Nehru for the unrest in Tibet. They accused him of assisting Tibetan rebels to prevent China from exercising full sovereignty over its territory of Tibet.
Three years later, India had to face defeat at the hands of China and the Dragon built roads through Aksai Chin and later occupied 680 kms when Nehru was the prime minister.
The Chinese incursions did not stop at that. It continued till 2013 under the Congress rule at the centre. China’s People’s Liberation Army “incrementally” occupied a big chunk of area on LAC in Ladakh in late 2013.
A report submitted by the National Security Advisory Board to Prime Minister’s Office revealed that India had lost 640 sq km across three sectors in Depsang, Chumar and Pangong Tso.
Moreover, the Indian troops are no longer able to access at least four points on the patrol line, thereby denying an area earlier accessible to them. Also, Depsang Bulge is no longer accessible to Indian forces after PLA incursions in April and May of 2013.
The report also revealed that the PLA’s un-metalled road across LAC in Raki Nallah area of Daulet Beg Oldi sector is still motorable. Approximately 70 sq km of Indian territory was taken by PLA at Pangong Tso, it added.
The report also mentioned about India’s failure to register a strong protest to the Chinese intrusion into Jammu and Kashmir and Arunachal Pradesh in 2013.
Rajiv Gandhi’s policies also increased the clout of China and Communism in the region after he threw out Nepalese monarchy, which resulted in a new strategic and geopolitical headache for India’s security establishment.
Rajiv Gandhi used RAW agents to finish the job of throwing out King Birendra. They lured Maoist leader Pushpa Kamal Dahal (Prachanda) to unite with other political parties to fight against the monarchy.
Prachanda went on to become Prime Minister twice in 2008 and 2016. He is a known communist and enjoys close ties with China. He often plays Chinese card to keep India in check.
So, patriots. You decide. What’s the right hashtag – #NarendraModiSurenderModi or RahulGandhiSurenderGandhi?
Or, the better one #GodiKhandan?
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