Congress: 'I have always been saying that PM is lying', Rahul Gandhi said on China's map dispute

Pankaj Prasad
Rahul Gandhi
Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi said that I have recently returned from Ladakh. Everyone there knows that China has usurped our land. The Prime Minister should say something about it.

There is resentment in India over China showing its share of Arunachal Pradesh and Aksai Chin in its recently released official map. Congress MP Rahul Gandhi has now targeted the Modi government regarding this matter. He said that I had already said that the Prime Minister is lying that not even an inch of land has been lost in Ladakh.

I've been saying this for years...

Congress MP Rahul Gandhi had reached the airport on Wednesday to leave for Karnataka. During this, he told reporters that I have been saying for years that the Prime Minister is saying that not even an inch of land has been lost in Ladakh. This is absolutely false.

China usurped our land

He further said that I have come back from Ladakh recently. Everyone there knows that China has usurped our land. Rahul further said that the issue of the map is serious. They have already taken the land. The Prime Minister should say something about it.

This is the case

China has recently released a new version of its standard map. Controversy arose as soon as China released the map. Actually, China showed India's Arunachal Pradesh, Aksai Chin, Taiwan and South China Sea in its territory. After this, India said that Arunachal Pradesh has always been an integral part of India and will always be so.

The Chinese newspaper had reported that China has released a new map of 2023 on Monday. This map is compiled based on the drawing method of the national borders of China and various countries in the world. The map also shows Arunachal Pradesh and Aksai Chin in its territory. Let us inform, China considers Arunachal Pradesh as a part of Southern Tibet. However, India has rejected this map of China. India says that Arunachal Pradesh is an integral part of India and in future also it will remain an integral part of India.

At the same time, China also considers Taiwan as part of its territory. Chinese President Xi Jinping aims to unify Taiwan. For this, China also claims Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei and the South China Sea.