Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds an all party meeting via video conferencing on Friday. During the meeting, he said that no Chinese troops had entered Indian territory. Photo: EPA-EFE Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds an all party meeting via video conferencing on Friday. During the meeting, he said that no Chinese troops had entered Indian territory. Photo: EPA-EFE
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds an all party meeting via video conferencing on Friday. During the meeting, he said that no Chinese troops had entered Indian territory. Photo: EPA-EFE

Modi accused of surrendering to China after denying border incursion

  • The hashtag #ModiSurrendersToChina is trending after Narendra Modi said no Indian territory was lost during last week’s border clashes with China
  • Modi said the Indian army can take steps to resolve tensions, but Beijing said Indian troops provoked the skirmish, and that China claimed the Galwan valley

Topic |   China-India border dispute
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds an all party meeting via video conferencing on Friday. During the meeting, he said that no Chinese troops had entered Indian territory. Photo: EPA-EFE Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds an all party meeting via video conferencing on Friday. During the meeting, he said that no Chinese troops had entered Indian territory. Photo: EPA-EFE
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds an all party meeting via video conferencing on Friday. During the meeting, he said that no Chinese troops had entered Indian territory. Photo: EPA-EFE
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