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Rahul Gandhi slams Centre over 'Chinese build-up' in Depsang area near LAC

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 3 March 2021
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday launched a scathing attack at Centre over the Chinese build-up in the Depsang region near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. Citing a news report that showed night satellite images of the 'Chinese build-up', Gandhi tweeted, "Mark my words, our land in Depsang is gone." “...DBO is vulnerable. GOI’s cowardice will lead to tragic consequences in the future,” the Congress leader tweeted.
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