MIM president Asaduddin Owaisi hit out at the Narendra Modi government for not clearing the air over the stand-off with China. He was reacting to reports of a minor face-off between Indian and Chinese troops in the Galwan valley. The Indian Army has denied the claim.

Owaisi termed the situation in Ladakh as 'still worrisome'. The PMO has not officially briefed the press nor answered questions in Parliament. What does he want to hide? We lost 20 bravehearts in Galwan last June. China still denies us access to Depsang, Gogra, Hot Springs and Demchok,' Owaisi said in tweets posted on Monday. 

The MIM leader asked whether the Prime Minister 'still maintain(s) the fiction that no one has entered India.' "What's the plan for reversing ingress in Ladakh? Is the PM going to continue just sitting, hiding behind the excuse of 'legacy issues' to accept the new status quo (sic)," Owaisi asked. 

He questioned why India was not being taken into confidence about the "ground reality.". "Can the PM tell the country when the status quo ante in Ladakh will be restored? Or should we just accept the fait accompli that has been created by China?" he tweeted. 

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