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India should boycott Chinese goods: Ram Madhav

India should boycott Chinese goods: Ram Madhav

Opposition's behavior is very unfortunate.

Srinagar June: BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav on Thursday said Congress leader Rahul Gandhi 's comments help inimical countries and these countries don't have to do anything and can just use opposition statements against India."Opposition's behavior is very unfortunate. When the entire nation should stand with the Army and Government, it's unfortunate that the main opposition party issues statements that benefit India's enemies. They use Rahul Gandhi's statement to form their argument," Ram Madhav said
 
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The comments came in the backdrop of the Galwan valley clash in Ladakh which claimed the lives of at least 20 Indian Army personnel, including a Colonel rank officer.
The senior BJP leader also questioned what happened in 2013, when Congress-led UPA was in power. He said Chinese entered deep inside Indian territory but for 2 weeks the then Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh remained silent and they held secret meetings. Opposition behavior is immature, this is the time to show unity, he said.
The senior BJP leader said that unlike the era of Dr. Singh, now Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Defence Minister and the Ministry of External Affairs are speaking to the public. "We have nothing to hide", he added.
He emphasized that from the last six years since the Narendra Modi government took charge there is a visible change, the way neighbor was nibbling away at our territory has been stopped. The senior BJP leader also rejects the claim that China has entered Indian territory.
"Prime Minister (Modi) has made it clear that every inch of our territory will be protected. We'll also take steps in other areas as well. At one level, it'll be to strongly guard our borders and to honor the sentiments of Indians who want economic measures to be taken at another level," said Ram Madhav.