Subramanian Swamy targets his own government over China dispute
Subramanian Swamy targets his own government over China dispute

New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) veteran leader and Rajya Sabha member Subramanian Swamy has questioned the Narendra Modi government at the Center about how to deal with China. Swamy has also asked the questions from the government about the retreat of the Indian Army in Ladakh. He expressed displeasure over the Narendra Modi government's decision by tweeting that PM Modi said in 2020 that 'nobody came, nobody went.' China quite liked it, but it was not true.

Swami further said, 'General Narwane ordered the soldiers to cross the LAC and take Pangong Lake into their possession so that the Chinese posts could be kept under watch. Now we are retreating from there, but what happened to China's retreat from Depsang? Not yet. China thrilled. ' This is not the first time Subramanian Swamy has questioned any decision of the Modi government. Even before this, he has been questioning the attitude of the government. Earlier, BJP veteran and Rajya Sabha member Subramanian Swamy had expressed his displeasure at the rise in the prices of petrol and diesel in the country, targeting his own BJP government.

Subramaniam Swamy took a tweet targeting his own government. He shared a picture on his Twitter handle on Tuesday, in which he was taunted over the price of petrol. Swamy wrote in his tweet that Ram's petrol is being sold in India at Rs 93, Sita's Nepal for Rs 53 and Ravana's Lanka at Rs 51.


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