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I have information of corruption by PM Narendra Modi: Rahul Gandhi

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New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has claimed that he has proof of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s involvement in corruption. This is the most scathing attack by the Congress heir apparent.

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi seems to be in a very aggressive mood. Now as the Congress leader has been gaining respectability among the opposition parties as a dependable leader, he has become all the more assertive.

The assertion becomes all the more important as it was made at the Central Hall in Parliament. The Congress leader while making the claim was leading a delegation of the opposition parties. Despite the fact that Congress party has less than four dozen MPs in the Parliament, Gandhi seems to have been accepted as the main leader of the opposition parties opposing the demonetization in and outside the Parliament.

Rahul in Amethi

Merely a few days ago Gandhi had claimed that there will be earthquake if he was allowed to speak in the parliament.

While talking in the Parliament, the Gandhi-Nehru scion said “We are pretty much unconditionally ready for a debate in Parliament. The government is not allowing me to speak. I have personal information about PM Modi’s corruption. He is personally terrified. He cannot run away from the House”.

He told the media “He has taken a decision against the poor of the country. He owes the country an explanation”.

Till now NDA government hasn’t agreed on the debate on issue of demonetization. Although the government said it was ready for a debate and even indicated PM Modi might speak in Lok Sabha, proceedings were disrupted yet again today as the House got adjourned for the day. The winter session of Parliament, that began on November 16 and is scheduled to close Friday, has been a near wash-out with frequent disruptions over the government’s demonetisation move. While the opposition wanted a debate on the issue followed by voting, the government indicated its reluctance to voting.

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