Earlier, Chinese daily Global Times had tweeted, “PM Narendra Modi and the BJP face huge pressure amid border tensions with China, as the Indian National Congress is waiting for a chance to shake the BJP’s rule by heavily criticizing failed domestic governance and risky foreign policy: expert.”
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are facing much heavier domestic pressure than the Chinese government, even with the US showing its aggressive posture in the West Pacific against China. This is because the opposition, the Indian National Congress party, has been waiting for such a chance to shake the BJP by heavily criticizing the Modi administration for its disappointing domestic governance and risky foreign policy,” Global Times quoted.
This is a classic definition of “anti-India stand”, BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra said at a press conference, asserting that the Gandhi family has got “endorsement” from China.
Patra also talked about the meeting between Rahul Gandhi and Chinese envoy during the Doklam crisis and the time when Lashkar Chief Hafiz Saeed had praised Congress. Be it Pakistan, terrorists, Nepal or China; all of them like the Congress.
Not to forget that Rahul Gandhi’s comments were highlighted by Pakistan in its dossier against India on abrogation of Article 370 in the United Nations.
Slamming Rahul Gandhi, Patra said, “Congratulations to Rahul Gandhi. You were earlier a hero of Pakistan. Now, you are a hero of China too. But you are a big zero for India. You are a hero for our enemies. China is in a disadvantageous position and is using the Congress’s shoulders to fire at India. This is a classic definition of anti-India stand.”
The article is published at a time when the meeting between the Defence Ministers of the two countries concluded in Moscow. Chinese propaganda arm, Global Times, has leaned on Congress propaganda against the Modi government to mount pressure on India. It is worth considering that the
While the Global Times has called for India to defuse the border tensions, it is worth considering that the Indian Forces in the South Bank of Pangong Tso Lake region are perched on a vantage point as compared to their Chinese counterpart.