In the plea, it was argued: “The petitioners firmly believe that the security of the nation cannot and must not be compromised by anyone. Therefore, this petition was filed pursuant to Article 32 of the Constitution of Bharat, which aims to establish transparency and clarity in the agreement signed between Respondent No. 1 (INC) and the Communist Party of China, which is also the de facto government of the People`s Republic of China. “We find that there is something that seems unheard of and absurd in the law. You say that China has an agreement with a political party and not with the government. How can a political party make a deal with China,” Justice Chief SA Bobde said at the hearing. On the occasion of the Communist Party`s 90th anniversary celebrations in 2011, Congress President Sonia Gandhi gave an exclusive interview to China`s Xinhua news agency during the second term of the UPA government to give some details about the 2008 MoU, which broadened the need to strengthen relations between the two political parties. Amid questions about the Congress Party`s relationship with the Chinese Communist Party, which were revealed after a photo of the two Parties signing a MoU in 2008 was highlighted, reports from that era show that this relationship may have gone far beyond nation-to-nation borders, centered on the personal growth of both parties. It is important to note that the Chinese Communist Party is enshrined in the Chinese Constitution and the party is at the head of affairs in the country. On Twitter, MP Rajya Sabha claimed that all information about the 2008 MoU was publicly available and that the exchange of party-to-party delegations between political parties was normal. “The Congress has leading delegations that interact with a large number of major political parties around the world.

What is going on? “said Anand Sharma. Perhaps one of the main reasons for the Congress party`s silence is the August 7, 2008 agreement between the Congress Party led by Sonia Gandhi and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Supreme Court refused to make a plea on the alleged 2008 declaration of intent between Congress and the CCP While Congress has repeatedly criticized Prime Minister Modi for “denying Chinese invaders in Ladakh,” the party is already under review for the MoU, which was reviewed by the then-congressman, Rahul Gandhi and Wang Jiarui, then minister of the international department of the CPC Central Committee, in the presence of Xi Jinping, then Chinese vice president, and Sonia Gandhi in 2008. The memorandum was signed in order to facilitate “diplomatic engagement at the highest level” between the two sides and to consult with each other on important international and regional issues. . . .