Modi makes a big announcement after opposition‘s protest

Wednesday, June 17th: Modi takes big decision after protests by opposition parties, Indian troops killed by Chinese army. According to a Baaghi TV report, Modi convened an all-party conference after 20 Indian soldiers were killed by China.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has convened an all-party conference on June 19th at 5 pm in which the presidents of various political parties will be invited. It is not yet clear which party we will be invited to.

The All Parties Conference will consider the situation created by China after the deaths of Indian troops and Modi will consult on the next course of action.

Opposition parties have been criticizing Modi for killing 20 of our youth and Modi is silent. After opposition protests, Modi decided to convene an all-party conference.

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.

Indians question PM Modi amid growing conflict with China

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