LUCKNOW: Demanding an apology from Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for his remarks on Indian soldiers being beaten up by Chinese forces in Arunachal Pradesh, chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday said that his statements were condemnable and shameful.
The CM said that Gandhi’s statement was “indecent and childish” and alleged that it would inspire anti-national elements.
Gandhi had made these comments during a press briefing on the Bharat Jodo Yatra, where he said that while Congress was being asked questions about its internal issues, nobody was asking the Centre about developments with China at the border. Yogi said that Gandhi should apologise to the country and India’s soldiers for these comments.
“It amounts to humiliating India and India’s brave army internationally. We condemn his statement,” the CM said.
“When the whole country and the world are saying that the brave soldiers of India have foiled the acts of the infiltrators, to talk disrespectfully of them is something no Indian will accept,” the CM said.
The Chief Minister said that this was not the first time that Gandhi had said something derogatory against Indian soldiers.





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