Congress leader Manish Tiwari tweet over PM Modi's Leh visit
Newstracklive|July 03, 2020

New Delhi: Tension continues on the Ladakh border with China since the month of May. Meanwhile, on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi surprised everyone by reaching Leh suddenly. PM Modi met Army officials at Neemu Post. Now the first response from the Congress has come on this visit of PM Modi.

Congress leader Manish Tiwari has shared a picture of former PM Indira Gandhi while retweeting the picture of PM Modi in Leh. Manish Tiwari wrote in his tweet that 'When Indira Gandhi visited Leh, after that she had broken Pakistan into two. Now let's see what PM Modi does? The picture Manish Tiwari tweeted is from 1971. In 1971, Press Trust of India" (PTI) was established. Indira Gandhi was addressing the jawans in Leh, which is about 220 km from Galwan Valley.

This picture came in the headlines after the incident in Galwan Valley in the past. There was a war between India and Pakistan in 1971, after which Bangladesh came into existence. At around seven in the morning, PM Modi reached Leh. He was also present with Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) Bipin Rawat, Army Chief MM Naravane. PM Modi spoke to the local authorities and took stock of the situation.

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