Prime Minister Modi today will be chairing an all-party meeting to discuss the volatile situation between India and China at the LAC. The presidents of all major parties will attend the virtual meeting scheduled for 5 PM.
Ahead of the meeting, the Shiv Sena attacked BJP over the Galwan clashes in its editorial mouthpiece Saamana. Sena has equated the attack to the 1962 war and has appealed the centre to pass a policy about Chinese companies in India.
Congress has also questioned the government on why the LAC martyrs were not allowed to use firearms during the attack.
The opposition parties time and again have questioned the government on why does it not have a clear policy as far as the neighbours are concerned. And why it was in denial for over a week before the news of the 20 martyred soldiers broke.
The opposition leaders are very much likely to raise concerns on the boycott of Chinese product policies as there are varied reactions from various political parties on this matter.