Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday evening blamed Manohar Parrikar for extorting the Narendra Modi government over the Rafale bargain. The Congress president was alluding to a sound clasp, which was discharged by the Congress party prior in the day in which Goa wellbeing pastor Vishwajit Rane can purportedly be heard as saying that Manohar Parrikar has “all the Rafale documents in his room and is holding the administration to recover”.
Amid a press preparation after the Lok Sabha was suspended for the day, the Congress president additionally attacked Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for scrutinizing the Congress’ “comprehension of the number juggling of cash”.
“Arun Jaitley said in the Lok Sabha that the Congress is discussing Rs 1,600 crore, however he [Jaitley] himself said it was a Rs 58,000 crore bargain. In the event that you isolate Rs 58,000 crore by 36, what do you get?” Rahul asked, playing a clasp where Arun Jaitley said in Lok Sabha that the arrangement is of Rs 58,000 crore. “Along these lines, it is the Modi government which is stating it’s Rs 1,600 crore. Arun Jaitley himself said it in Parliament… It’s Arun Jaitley who is lying over and again,” Rahul said.
Prior in the day, Rahul Gandhi looked for authorization to play in Lok Sabha an implied sound tape of a Goa serve on the Rafale bargain, inciting Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to blame him for “lying more than once”.
Repeating his interest for a joint parliamentary advisory group (JPC) on Rafale, the Congress president said a JPC test would uncover the head administrator and his companion Anil Ambani. He blamed Jaitley for protecting Prime Minister Narendra Modi “for gifting Rs 30,000 crore to his companion”.
Rahul additionally tested PM Modi to join a 20-minute discussion on Rafale bargain.
“I might especially want to discuss one-on-one on the Rafale manage the Prime Minister,” he said.
On Wednesday morning, Congress representative Randeep Surjewala discharged the implied tape in which Goa serve Vishwajit Rane purportedly guarantees that Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, amid a bureau meeting, asserted that Rafale records were in his room.