Sonia urges Modi to come clean on LAC clash

New Delhi, June 16 (KMS): The President of Indian National Congress Sonia Gandhi has asked the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to come clean on the Galwan incident in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed a year ago and said that the party hoped the government would keep the nation in confidence over what happened.

Sonia Gandhi in a statement said having patiently waited for the government to come clean and inform the nation about the circumstances in which the unprecedented incident happened, the Congress reiterates its concern that no clarity is yet available and the PM’s last word on the subject a year ago was that no transgression had occurred.

“We have repeatedly sought details of the episode in light of the PM’s statement, as well as details of what progress has been made towards restoring the status quo ante prior to April 2020. The disengagement agreement with China appears to have worked entirely to India’s disadvantage so far,” she said.

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