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LAC row: Cong netas advocate pro-US tilt

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NEW DELHI: Reflective of growing anti-China sentiment in the country, Congress functionaries have begun to suggest that India embrace a foreign policy closer to the US, with two prominent partymen speaking in favour of stronger leveraging of global platforms.
In separate media columns dedicated to future foreign policy that India should pursue, AICC spokesman and MP Abhishek Singhvi and Rajya Sabha member Deepender Hooda on Friday suggested that the country should lean on the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue to counter-balance China. Singhvi even suggested that India should review its commitment to “One China policy”, referring to Taiwan, Hong Kong, Uighur issues among others to needle the dragon.
Meanwhile, tagging an appeal by defence veterans, Rahul Gandhi tweeted, “GOI must listen to the veterans and inform India of the steps taken to ensure no more Indian territory is taken by China and should allow an independentRead More – Source