PM’s silence on corruption, other issues deafening: Rahul 

Lucknow, Dec 24 (IANS) Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday once again trained his guns at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying his silence on many issues, including corruption, was “deafening”.

Gandhi also demanded that the prime minister order a probe into the affairs of the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA).

“During campaigning in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Modi-ji said na khaunga na khaane doonga (neither will I indulge in corruption, nor allow anyone else to indulge in it). But now people from his own party are shown the door when they raise corruption issues,” the Congress leader remarked.

“Ab Modi-ji jawaab dein… (Let Modi reply to the issue now),” the Amethi MP said.

Referring to the suspension of BJP’s Darbhanga MP Kirti Azad after he alleged corruption in the DDCA when it was headed by present Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, Rahul Gandhi said the prime minister should order a probe into DDCA affairs and take necessary action.

The Congress vice president, who arrived in Amethi for a two-day visit from December 23, later flew back to New Delhi.

He met party workers, office-bearers of district Congress units and interacted with over 200 newly elected village heads during his visit.

The BJP on Wednesday suspended Azad from the party.

2 Comments

    • pradip – “Sonia’s National Herald case is sidelined by this stupid tirade of Kirti Azad.”

      pradip desperately wants to bury IPL Modi’s corruption involving Vasundhara Raje, Sushma Swaraj, etc and Arun Jaitley’s corruptions in Delhi Stadium scam by propping up untenable allegations against Congress.

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