Indian Army termed the criticism in some quarters about a medical facility in a navy hospital in Leh the place Prime Minister Modi interacted with troopers injured within the Galwan Valley clashes.
- Last Updated: July 4, 2020, 11:22 PM IST
Senior Congress chief P Chidambaram on Saturday tweeted a photograph collage drawing comparisons between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his predecessor Manmohan Singh whereas assembly injured troopers, and stated “pictures worth a million words”.
His tweet got here after the Indian Army termed as “malicious and unsubstantiated” criticism in some quarters about a medical facility in a navy hospital in Leh the place Prime Minister Modi interacted with troopers injured within the Galwan Valley clashes with Chinese troops.
In a assertion, the Army stated “it is unfortunate that aspersions are being cast on how our brave Armed Forces are treated. The armed forces give the best possible treatment to their personnel.”
Following launch of pictures of Modi’s interplay with the injured troopers, there have been feedback on Twitter that the power didn’t appear like a hospital as there have been no drugs cupboards, I V (intravenous) stand, and different medical tools.
Earlier, when Congress chief Kapil Sibal was requested about Modi’s go to to the hospital, he stated, “What is happening in the last six years is marketing. The truth is different and something else is being shown.”
“I laud them as this is their strong point – of showing dreams and hiding the truth. That is the truth and this is their politics,” Sibal stated, referring to the ruling BJP.