Instead of reciting G20, the government should discuss India-China border issues in Parliament, according to Cong

Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said that rather than reciting about the G20, the government should consider the border issues between India and China . External Affairs Minister Dr.

New Delhi, December 9: On Friday, Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said that rather than reciting about the G20, the government should consider the border issues between India and China.Our Army isn't allowed to patrol further afield.Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said on Wednesday that the situation at Siachen Glacier could get tense if the government talks about the situation of India-China border issues (in Parliament) rather than reciting G20.It is also noteworthy that External Affairs Minister Dr. S Jaishankar stated that if China continues to build forces in the border zone, the relationship between the two countries will be tense.

After meeting ambassador Sun, Jaishankar tweeted that peace and calm are essential in the border zones.In a separate tweet, Sun said that normalization of India-China relations is in the best interest of both countries, as well as Asia and the world at large.Following the 2020 border clash, the Chinese envoy emphasized the importance of working together to improve relations between the two countries, and said that if China perturbs the peace and harmony in border areas, the relations will become more stable.India officially assumed the G20 presidency on December 1 at the Bali summit for the upcoming year.

The session will last for 17 days.For the winter session of Parliament, the BJP-led Central Governments agenda includes 16 new bills.

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