In the midst of the official tour of Chinese President to India, the Uttar Pradesh’s ruling party, Samajwadi Party on Thursday suggested the Modi government to not to trust China. The Samajwadi Party also cautioned the central government against China’s “policy” of pushing troops and holding talks at the same time. The Party also suggested the Centre to use force to push back Chinese troops which have entered Indian territory.
The senior Samajwadi Party leader Ram Gopal Yadav said, “The Samajwadi Party’s policy is very clear that we cannot trust China. Days after Chinese leader Zhou Enlai was welcomed in New Delhi where people raised slogans of ‘Hindi Cheeni bhai-bhai’, Chinese aggression took place in 1962…. Recently, when a Chinese leader was visiting India, Beijing remarked that Arunachal Pradesh was part of its territory”.
“We demand that Prime Minister Modi should respond (to Chinese aggression) in the same language. Till the time, we do not use force, aggressions will continue”, said Yadav, national spokespers of Samajwadi.