Congress leader Shashi Tharoor liked fake propaganda video shared by a Chinese handle which claimed that PLA had suffered zero casualties in Galwan clash with the Indian Army. Congress MP Shashi Tharoor likes fake propaganda video which claims PLA administered oxygen to injured Indian soldiers. It also claims there was no PLA casualties. Rahul Gandhi today called PM Narendra Modi 'Surrender Modi'

New Delhi: After attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his ‘no intrusion in Indian territory’ remark, Congress is openly and blindly backing China’s fictitious claim now.

Yesterday, Shashi Tharoor liked a tweet on Twitter shared by Chinese propaganda handle which claimed that there were no PLA casualties in during violent Galwan clash.

The Congress has cornered the PM over his statement with Randeep Singh Surjewala saying that the clarification statement from the Prime Minister's office on the Galwan Valley faceoff is "a lame attempt to obfuscate the truth".

The tweet shared by the Chinese handle was later deleted.

Shashi Tharoor likes Chinese propaganda

'PM Modi Has Surrendered To The Chinese Aggression'

"Is Galwan Valley not part of Indian territory? Why is Government not coming forward and strongly rebutting the Chinese claim over Galwan Valley? If Chinese troops are present there, does it not amount to intrusion into and occupation of Indian territory? Also, why is the Government silent on intrusions in the Pangong Tso area," Surjewala said.

Meanwhile, after Rahul Gandhi alleged that PM Modi has "surrendered to the Chinese aggression", he called the PM 'Surender Modi' on Twitter today.
"PM has surrendered Indian territory to Chinese aggression. If the land was Chinese: 1. Why were our soldiers killed? 2. Where were they killed?," he had tweeted.

Rise Above Petty Politics: Amit Shah To Rahul Gandhi

Union Home Minister Amit Shah also slammed Gandhi and said that he should rise above petty politics after Gandhi started attacking the government over the situation at the India-China border after clashes in Ladakh in which 20 Indian soldiers were martyred.

Yesterday, former Chief of Army Staff and Union Minister of State VK Singh in a televised interview said that India also released detained Chinese soldiers who had crossed over to the Indian side.

Talking to News24, Singh said that some media reports said that China released captive Indian soldiers; similarly, the Indian Army also released the detained Chinese troops.

On Friday, Gandhi targeting PM Modi tweeted, "the Centre was fast asleep and denied the problem and the price was paid by our martyred Jawans."