New Delhi: Congress President Mallikarjuna Kharge furiously charged that “Prime Minister Modi, who heads a cabal of corrupt individuals, is unleashing the enforcement department on opposition leaders.”
Leader of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha and Congress leader Mallikarjuna Kharge on Wednesday criticized Prime Minister Modi. In a series of posts in Hindi on Twitter, he said, “Who owns the Rs 20,000 crore invested in Adani’s shell company? Are Lalit Modi, Nirav Modi, Mehul Choksi, Vijay Mallya, Jedin Medha etc members of your prashthasar Bago Abhiyan? Are you the coordinator of this alliance? You are anti-corruption.” Stop showing off.
First ask your conscience: Why is your government called 40 percent commission government in Karnataka? Why are you part of the corrupt government of Meghalaya? Are BJP leaders not involved in Sanjivani Cooperative scam in Rajasthan, Boshan scam in Madhya Pradesh, ‘NAAN’ scam in Chhattisgarh? 95 percent of the opposition party leaders are being investigated by the Enforcement Directorate, BJP workers are cleaned by what washing machine?
“If you have a 56-inch chest, set up a joint parliamentary inquiry and meet journalists you haven’t seen in 9 years,” he said.
Earlier, leaders from 18 opposition parties met at Kharge’s residence in Delhi to discuss a united fight against the BJP. Also, in this meeting, the formation of a joint parliamentary committee to investigate the Adani Group issue and the disqualification of Rahul Gandhi were also discussed. Kharge’s verbal attack followed this meeting.
Addressing reporters after his conviction in a criminal case and his disqualification as an MP, Rahul Gandhi said, “Here is a question. All of a sudden Adani’s shell company is getting Rs 20,000 crore. Where did that money come from? Some of them are defense companies. Whose for our drone and missile development?” Money is being spent? Why isn’t the defense ministry raising questions about it?” had informed that.
Kapil Sibal alleges: Similarly, the Rajya Sabha MP said that Prime Minister Modi’s opinion that all the corrupt have joined a team. Criticized by Kapil Sibal. Speaking at a BJP event on Tuesday, Modi commented on the coming together of opposition parties. At that time, he had said that all the forces against India are attacking the legal institutions to prevent the development of the country.
Responding to Prime Minister Modi’s comment, Kapil Sipil said on Twitter, “Prime Minister… Opposition parties are scared and corrupt are all on the same side. But Modi ji… Shiv Sena, Akali Dal, United Democratic Party, People’s Democratic Party, Bahujan Samaj Party were once in alliance with you. You formed the government with them. Did they become corrupt then, who are corrupt now?” He questioned that.
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