A brawl broke out between the Chinese and Indian soldiers in the Tawang region of Arunachal Pradesh on Tuesday, but according to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Chinese soldiers didn't cede an inch of land.
New Delhi: A brawl broke out between the Chinese and Indian soldiers in the Tawang region of Arunachal Pradesh on Tuesday, but according to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Chinese soldiers didn’t cede an inch of land.
“Not even a single inch of India’s land has been captured. ”Indian forces showed incredible bravery during the fight and responded to Chinese troops in a timely manner. The home minister continued, saying that under the Modi administration, nobody could seize even a single inch of land. While speaking with reporters in front of the Parliament building, he made the comments.
The senior BJP leaders lashed out at the Congress, alleging that the Chinese embassy transferred large sums of money into the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation’s bank accounts in 2005, 2006, and 2007.
“I saw the question hour list, and after seeing question number 5, I understood the anxiety (of Congress). The question was regarding the cancellation of the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) licence of the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation (RGF),” he said.
He added, “The Rajiv Gandhi Foundation got Rs 1.35 crore from the Chinese Embassy. The registration was cancelled as this was not according to FCRA rules.