Rahul Gandhi Signs Agreement With China

Petitioners Shashank Shekhar Jha and journalist Savio Rodrigues called for an investigation by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) or the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in the agreement. «In our limited experience, we have not heard that a political party is reaching an agreement with other countries. Any discharge you seek may be granted by the Supreme Court. Second, the Supreme Court is an ordinary court. Third, we will also have the advantage of a high judicial injunction,» said the bank, also composed of judicial judges A S Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian, said father learned counsel Mahesh Jethmalini, who appeared for the petitioners. JP Nadda, CEO of the BJP, accused former Congress President Rahul Gandhi of a timetable for questioning Congress and his alleged ties to China because of his incessive attack on the Center because of the LAC shutdown. Referring to the image of Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, who reportedly signed a contract with the Chinese CCP, Nadda said they then ceded the land from India to China. He then recalled that Rahul had visited the Chinese Embassy when the Doklam crisis unfolded. The latest news that Rahul Gandhi personally signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Communist Party of China (CPC) in 2008 is disturbing. At least he could have shared it with the opposition parties, or even shared the agreement in detail in the mainstream media so that Indians could know.

So far, no one in India knows all the details of the agreement. It may be harmless, and that is why it is imperative that he and the Congress party simply disclose it and receive assumptions and innuendo. Meanwhile, chief lawyer Mahesh Jethmalani has sought to investigate the agreement signed between Congress and the Chinese Communist Party during Rahul and Sonia Gandhi`s visit to the Beijing Olympics, including current Chinese President Xi Jinping in the photo. Counsel for the petitioner Mahesh Jethmalani argued that the agreement should be made public because there were «scary grounds» and the issue was about national security. However, he withdrew the case when the Supreme Court asked why he was not going to the Supreme Court. New Delhi: While hearing a plea calling for an investigation into the Memorandum of Understanding of the National Investigation Agency/Central Bureau of Investigation (MoU) of 7 August 2008 between the Indian National Congress (INC) and the Communist Party of China (CPC) for the exchange of high-level information and cooperation between them, the Supreme Court on Friday asked how a political party could sign an agreement with a political ally of a foreign country. The CPC`s International Liaison Service states on its official websites that its functional characteristics are: it is a functional body of the CPC Central Committee that is responsible for the international work of the party. Its main tasks are threefold: to implement the principles and policies of the Central Committee on its external work, to closely monitor developments and changes in the global situation and key global issues; exchange and communicate the party with foreign political parties and organisations mandated by the Central Committee; Coordinating the management of international departmental exchanges directly between the committees of the central committee and the party of the provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities under the direct jurisdiction of the central government.

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