Rahul Gandhi criticises govt on Ladakh stand-off yet again, warns country will pay a 'huge price'

Rahul has been criticising the government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the border situation in Ladakh.

Press Trust of India August 15, 2020 10:16:29 IST
Rahul Gandhi criticises govt on Ladakh stand-off yet again, warns country will pay a 'huge price'

New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi again criticised the government on the Ladakh situation on Friday, and claimed that the country will have to pay a "huge price".

In a tweet, he said, "The government of India (GOI) is scared to face up to Chinese intentions in Ladakh. Evidence on the ground indicates that China is preparing and positioning itself," but did not elaborate.

He also said lack of courage and the media's silence will result in India paying a "huge price".

Rahul has been criticising the government and the prime minister on the border situation in Ladakh.

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