- Rahul Gandhi has left for Italy, he is likely to be out of the country for a few days
- Congress leaders left early on Wednesday morning
- He hit out at the Center recently as India-China trade crossed the $100 billion mark
Sources said that Rahul Gandhi left for Italy at around 4 am on Wednesday. The former Congress chief flew to the country via Doha.
According to reports, the Congress leader is likely to be out of the country for a few days.
Earlier today, Rahul Gandhi took a jibe at the Center over India-China trade crossing $100 billion despite military standoff, saying the country was waiting for the current government to step down.
He said in a tweet in Hindi, “Jumlo ki sarkar hai, Jhoot Dhong Dikhawa apar hai, desh ko ab jhola uthne ka intezar hai.”(This is a government of rhetoric, the pretence of falsehood is immense and the country is waiting for their bags to be packed).
Gandhi was commenting on India’s trade with China because after Chinese incursion, the Center banned Chinese apps because of the domestic boycott of Made-in-China, the trade volume between India and China was 100 percent by November. Billion dollar record high. The Times reported citing the latest figures from the Chinese General Administration of Customs.
Chinese state media reported that there are people in India who are concerned about the trade deficit, who are advocating not to rely too heavily on trade with China, the data speaks for itself.
The Global Times report said, “Whatever the political views of these people, viewing China as India’s enemy should not be an option for India and should not be an option for India. Increasing cooperation is the right option.” Is.”
India has long hoped to reduce its trade deficit with China, but curbing Chinese exports to India may not further balance bilateral trade, which will only hurt the Indian economy. The report said that increasing China’s imports from India is the right course and there is scope for coordination between the two sides in this regard and it should be a joint effort.