In 2018, Rahul Gandhi himself revealed the secret meeting with some Chinese ministers during his trip to Kailash Mansarovar in September 2018. The meeting was initially kept secret, but later Rahul Gandhi revealed the details of the meeting, which led people to speculate even more about why the Congress Party and China tried to cover up the meeting. That praised Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi`s successful visit to China in 1988 with great courage and perseverance, which allowed a great step forward in Sino-Indian relations. He thanked Ms. Gandhi and the Congress party she leads for having always prioritized the development of relations with China and for making an important contribution to the development of bilateral relations. He believed that as leader of the Indian League of Solidarity and Progress, and the President of the Congress Party, Ms. Gandhi, would continue to play a key role in promoting Sino-Indian relations. The petition, filed by petitioners Savio Rodrigues and Shashank Shekhar Jha, aims to investigate the agreement reached between INC and CPC by the National Investigation Agency (NIA). Rodrigues is the publisher of the Goa Chronicle, a global online news portal published from India and owned by Kaydence Media Ventures Private Limited. “In our limited experience, we have not heard that a political party is reaching an agreement with another country,” the CJI added. At UPA1 in 2008, the Congress Party and the Communist Party of China (CPC) signed a high-level information exchange and cooperation agreement in Beijing. The Memorandum of Understanding (Memorandum of Understanding) also allowed both sides to “discuss key bilateral, regional and international developments.” The Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies (RGICS) acts as a think tank. In April 2009, RGICS Fellow Mohammad Saqib, in collaboration with Purnachandra Rao, conducted a feasibility study entitled “India-China: Free Trade Agreement (FTA).” [Plea in Top Court Against Sonia – Rahul Gandhi] #CJI led the bank to soon hear arguments against INC, Sonia and Rahul Gandhi to ask for details of an agreement between INC and the Chinese Communist Party in 2008 regarding the exchange of high-level information.

@RahulGandhi @INCIndia A petition has been filed with the Indian Supreme Court against the Indian National Congress (INC), its current president, Sonia Gandhi, and former President Rahul Gandhi.

Sonia Gandhi Agreement With China

  • December 17th, 2020
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