The agreement was signed with his family during party leader Sonia Gandhi`s visit to Beijing for the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games. When the lawyer pointed out that this was the case, the bank said: “We will allow you to withdraw this and launch a new petition. We will look at what you say in the petition, and if we find a false statement, we can sue you. At first, Jethmalani claimed that it was an “agreement between a political party in this country and the only political party in this country (China)” and that the issue was about national security.” How can a political party make a deal with China? It is not understood by law,” the bank noted. The plea claimed that Congress signed the agreement by governing the country as part of a coalition “although it had a hostile relationship with China. and concealed the facts and details of the agreement with the country.” . . .