Janata Dal United (JD-U) leader Sharad Yadav today said that the Central Government would know the real situation with the repeated Chinese incursion and they would deal with it accordingly.
"The government will react on this issue. The officials will tell us what the real situation with China is or else I will ask them," he said.
According to reports, 50 Chinese troops intruded into the Indian territory of Chumar in Ladakh on July 16.
Referring to Rajnath Singh's five day visit to the United States where he virtually anointed Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi as the party's prime ministerial candidate, Yadav said that these things were important to them as long as they had an alliance with the BJP.
"As long as we had an alliance with the BJP, all these things mattered. Rajnath Singh can say whatever he wants to but it won't yield any results," he said.
He also commented on the suspension of the BJP MLA from Bihar who made a statement criticizing the state unit chief Sushil Modi.
"It's their party's matter and we are not concerned with the BJP. Whether they suspend one leader or seven it really doesn't matter to us," he added.
The Bihar unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) suspended Amarnath Gami, a BJP MLA from Hayaghat in the Bihar's Darbhanga District.
He claimed: "You have a Modi in Gujarat and you have a Modi in Bihar. The Modi in Gujarat is doing all he can for the welfare of his followers. But the Modi in Bihar is killing us." (ANI)