Rahul Gandhi renews Rafale assault, says PM ‘opened door’ for Anil Ambani – Times of India

news image

NEW DELHI: Congress president Rahul Gandhi attacked Top Minister Narendra Modi on Monday over a media document which claimed the authorities waived anti-corruption clauses within the Rafale deal, alleging he “opened the door” to permit Anil Ambani to “in finding” Rs 30,000 crore from the Air Drive.

Gandhi’s scathing assault came after a document within the media claimed the Rafale deal between India and France concerned “vital and unheard of” concessions from the Indian authorities, with extreme provisions for anti-corruption penalties and making funds thru an escrow fable dropped days sooner than the signing of the inter-governmental settlement (IGA).

“NoMo anti corruption clause. The Chowkidar himself opened the door to permit Anil Ambani to in finding 30,000 Cr. from the IAF,” Gandhi tweeted tagging the document.


The authorities, as neatly as Anil Ambani, maintain strongly refuted allegations of any wrongdoing within the fighter jet settlement with France.

Closing week, the Congress president had demanded solutions to questions raised by another document within the newspaper that the PMO conducted parallel negotiations on the Rafale deal.

Repeating the “chowkidar” epithet, he ramped up his assault on the high minister and said it became sure “crystal sure” that the “watchman” is the “thief”.

Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *