Congress Party Agreement With Cpc
He added that Congress was leading the freedom movement in India and that it was one of the oldest political parties in the world, saying it was “outrageous” to question the party`s patriotism (by the BJP). Meanwhile, a PIL was filed Wednesday at the Supreme Court to request an NIA investigation into the MoU signed between the Congress Party and the CPC, stating that “no one can endanger the security of the nation.” In another interesting turn of events, the congressional leader and Congress Party Chairman in Lok Sabha – Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, in May, had tweeted against China for its aggression along the LAC, and China had issued some warnings while praising the Indian armed forces. The counter-attack on the Congress party and its leaders Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi also wanted the court to make the details of the agreement public. Perhaps one of the main reasons for the Congress Party`s silence is the agreement of 7 August 2008 between the Congress Party, led by Sonia Gandhi, and the Communist Party of China (CPC). Counsel for the petitioner Mahesh Jethmalani argued that the agreement should be made public because there were “scary grounds” and the issue was about national security. However, he withdrew the case when the Supreme Court asked why he was not going to the Supreme Court. The fact that China, although aware of recent developments in India, has decided to sign this document shows that it is trying to establish a relationship with Congress, and in particular with the Nehru-Gandhi family, which goes beyond the UPA government. The BJP, shaken by India`s disastrous foreign policy approach, has launched a malicious disinformation campaign against Congress because it signed a party on the party exchange program with the Chinese CPC, claiming it is against India`s interest, is a sharp misinformation. pic.twitter.com/4l4jquu1BV This meeting was particularly suspicious because the Congress Party and Rahul Gandhi vehemently attacked the Indian government because of their attitude during the period of ongoing military stalemate with China. Such momentum with the Chinese Communist Party underscores the CCP`s confidence in its relations with Congress, a level of confidence that the CCP has not yet shown to international parties. Especially since the 2008 MoU arrived in India in the context of the stoning period of the Congress-led UPA government, where its allies expressed distrust of the leaders before the 2009 elections, where Manmohan Singh nevertheless won. The first meeting took place in 2017, when Rahul Gandhi met with China`s ambassador to India, Luo Zhaohui, especially at a time when India and China were in the middle of a standoff in Doklam. At first, the Congress party denied such meetings, calling reports that Gandhi-Scion had indeed met with Chinese officials “fake news.” The Congress Party, officially known as the National Congress of India, had signed a similar MoU earlier this year with the African National Congress, a party with which it has historical and emotional ties.