Congress: The Center Is Avoiding Debate Over China's Border Issue

Congress leader accused the government of running away from a discussion on the border situation with China .

The Congress leader accused the government of running away from a discussion on the border situation with China on Wednesday, and said he warned Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankar Friday that the government had been avoiding a debate in Parliament since November 1962, when China was encroaching on its borders in Arunachal Pradesh and Ladakh, that the then Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, and many members of the cabinet, sat in Lok Sabha and the We also suggested that if he does not want a discussion, he should call the opposition leaders, have an in-camera meeting, and hold a briefing, but that did not happen, he said.Memoring that it is a sensitive issue, Mr Ramesh said that if a discussion takes place, the world will see it.

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