The Congress leader’s comments comes after National Security Advisor Ajit Doval held talks with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi over video call.
The two representatives, in their first talks after the June 15 clash, maintained that both sides should observe the Line of Actual Control and should not take any unilateral action to alter the status quo.
Demand for a boycott of Chinese goods is likely to remain just a populist buzzword and may not be practical. If at all India decides to really boycott Chinese made goods, it should first reduce its excessive reliance on China, especially in key sectors.
Modi along with Chief of Defence Staff Gen Bipin Rawat reached Leh around 9.30 am Friday
The section of Indians who are truly patriotic and concerned for the sanctity of Indian territory are indebted to Rahul Gandhi for his bold questions and sense of responsibility, that too without launching personal attack on the Who's Who of the current dispensation at the Centre!
The Congress leader said that the country needs to know what has happened.