Indian soldiers killed but worrying silence from Modi and Army Headquarter, former Home Minister

Indian soldiers killed but worrying silence from Modi and Army Headquarter, former Home Minister expresses anger.

According to the reports of Baaghi TV, the Modi government is silent on the killing of an Indian soldier by the Chinese army in Ladakh, and has not yet made a statement on which the opposition parties have started sharply criticizing Modi.

Former Home Minister P. Chidambaram, a senior leader of India’s opposition Congress party, questioned the silence of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying that foreign forces were infiltrating and that Modi’s silence was a matter of concern to the country. The nation is awaiting a formal statement from the Ministry of Defense or Army Headquarters.

P. Chidambaram said that Modi has remained silent since May 5. Can you imagine any head of government not speaking out for 7 weeks after the incursion of foreign troops into a country, Indian soldiers have lost their lives, Modi will have to open his mouth now.

Tensions between China and India have risen in Ladakh, with India acknowledging that 20 Indian soldiers have been killed, but unconfirmed reports say more than 40 Indian soldiers have been killed and more than a dozen are missing, some detained by the Chinese military, including a major.

It may be recalled that the border clash between China and India, which started on May 5 in Ladakh’s Gulwan Valley and then in Nikola area of ​​northeastern Sikkim, was followed by bitterness between India and China three days later. The Indian army entered the area and arrested them, who were later released.

According to Indian media reports, tensions between the Chinese and Indian armies continue, as the two countries have delivered large numbers of weapons and vehicles near the border, increasing the number of troops at military bases.

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