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Admin Reporter- Ajay

Nov 13 2018


Prime Minister: Congress is giving 'bad' statements to hide 'scandals' of Demonetization

Delhi,13,November,2018

 

New Delhi: After targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi on Monday, the Congress reversed the allegation and alleged that it was giving a 'bhadda' statement to hide the 'scandals' associated with the ban on bondsmanship. He said that the party is not going to bend at any cost. Party spokesperson Abhishek Manusinghvi said that we do not comment on 'unsound statements' but if something has been said on behalf of the Prime Minister, then he will have to speak on it. He said that the truth is that you are getting these statements to hide the black exploits and scandals of the ban on filing. What were the black exploits, you guys know. The Prime Minister does not answer her today.

 

 

 

 

 

They said, 'There are no footsteps of lies and today you are hearing a big lie from the princes of lies. By the ban on paper they ruined the economy. No one in India has ever made such a big mistake in history. No one is supporting it except the one in the world around the banquot. He himself is afraid to celebrate the second anniversary of the banquet. ' Singhvi said that he wants to tell the prime minister that the British government had also tried to scare the Congress through false cases, but we are not afraid. He said that today we are not afraid of the BJP, which is doing politics of retaliation like the British government.

 

 

 

 

 

Darcyl, Prime Minister Modi while targeting a Gandhi family during an election meeting in Chhattisgarh, Modi said, "Mother and son are out on bail." Taking the issue against the government's note of action, Modi said, "They forget that because of the ban on bonding they had to demand bail. Those who are demanding bail, they are giving certificates to Modi.

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