Weak Modi is scared of Xi: Rahul

Weak Modi is scared of Xi: Rahul

‘Modi’s foreign policy a series of diplomatic disasters’

New Delhi: As China again blocked a UN resolution to designate JeM chief a “global terrorist”, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday hit out at Prime Minster Narendra Modi, saying he was weak and scared of Chinese President Xi Jinping.
The Congress chief attacked the prime minister and said he had not spoken on China blocking the resolution in the UN Security Council.
The party accused the BJP of letting Masood off the hook again and also questioned Modi what was the use of “swinging” with Xi.
“Weak Modi is scared of Xi. Not a word comes out of his mouth when China acts against India. NoMo’s China diplomacy: 1. Swing with Xi in Gujarat. 2. Hug Xi in Delhi. 3. Bow to Xi in China,” Gandhi said on Twitter.
“With China having blocked our bid to designate Masood Azhar a global terrorist, the question on every Indian’s mind is, what was the use of all the swinging with Modi and President Xi,” the Congress said on its official Twitter handle.
“A terrorist responsible for such bloody murders is let off the hook again by the BJP,” it claimed.
Congress’ chief spokeserson Randeep Surjewala said it was a sad day in the global fight against terrorism.
“China blocking Masood Azhar’s designation as global terrorist reaffirms Chinese position of being an inseparable ally of terrorism’s breeding ground-Pakistan,” he tweeted Wednesday.
“Sadly, Modiji’s foreign policy has been a series of diplomatic disasters,” the party spokesperson said.
The Congress has also been attacking the BJP over Azhar’s release in the Kandahar hijacking case.
Gandhi has asked Modi to tell the nation that it was a BJP-led government which released Azhar from an Indian jail in 1999.
Gandhi has also alleged that National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, a top intelligence official back then, had “escorted” Azhar to Kandahar where he was handed over to militants. —PTI