BJP MP Subramanian Swamy attacks Modi government, said remember Pulwama, forgot Galwan because “Na koi aaya na koi gaya”

BJP MP Subramanian Swamy has once again targeted the central government. He tweeted that remember Pulwama, forgot Galwan because no one came, no one went. He wrote that is it not regrettable that year after year Pulwama is remembered by PM, Defense Minister, Home Minister but the extraordinary bravery displayed by our jawans against Chinese PLA has been forgotten.

BJP MP Subramanian Swamy has been constantly attacking the central government on internal security and foreign issues. In this connection, he had recently advised the Modi government to be cautious about China’s trickery. Not only this, Swamy has also been very vocal on sensitive issues like Pakistan and LoC. Meanwhile, on a report claiming that the tension between India and China on the LAC in Ladakh has not reduced, Swamy said that he felt that only India withdrew from the point of confrontation, while China moved forward.

On one year of India-China conflict, a Twitter user tagged Subramanian Swamy saying, “Even after a year of confrontation, India and China have to de-escalate their tensions.” The user also shared a report in the tweet, which said that the situation between the two countries on the LoC in Ladakh remains tense.

Regarding this, Subramanian Swamy said, “Really? The Ministry of External Affairs had announced that all the returnees had taken place. Now I feel that only India has made a comeback, while China has gone further.”

Let us inform that Subramanian Swamy has been continuously appealing to the central government to take strict action on China. He had said only last month that China was occupying the land of India and Bhutan. In such a situation, China cannot be answered by being cowardly. Not only this, a few days later, while targeting the Modi government, he wrote on Twitter that no one in this government has even taken responsibility for the Chinese side encircling Indian land in Ladakh and failing to stop this act.

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