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Admin Reporter- Ajay

Sep 14 2018


Rahul Gandhi's claim - Mallya had deal with Jaitley before going to London

Delhi,14,September,2018

 

Political climax has come from the claim of fugitive liquor businessman Vijay Mallya's meeting with finance minister Arun Jaitley. There is a continuation of allegation and reactions between BJP and Congress. After cleaning the BJP, the Congress has now accused the finance minister of press conference.

 

 

 

Congress President Rahul Gandhi, while speaking tirelessly on the Narendra Modi government, alleged that Mallya was successful in escaping Jaitley's mileage. In this case, the finance minister is lying, the government is lying and now the finance minister should resign. He told the reporters that yesterday Jaitley said that Vijay Mallya had made an informal meeting with him in Parliament. He writes long blogs, but did not mention this visit in a blog.

 

 

 

Rahul claimed that our party leader PL Punya saw that both were found in the central chamber of Parliament. He said that two questions arise in this. The first question is whether the Finance Minister talks to the fugitive and he tells them about going to London. But why did not the finance minister tell any agency about Mallya? Rahul also asked that by pressing the CBI, who changed the 'Resident Notice' to 'Informed' notice? He accused the Finance Minister of being "a liar" and told him why he met the culprit.

 

 

 

The Congress President questioned that Jaitley had decided to allow Mallya to run on his own level or did Modi do it when he said? In fact, Mallya said on Wednesday that he had met with the finance minister before leaving for India. Mallya, who arrived in London to appear in the Westminster Magistrate's court, told reporters that he had met the minister and offered to settle the case with the banks. On the other hand, the Finance Minister termed Mallya's statement as false and said that he did not give him time to meet sometime after 2014.

 

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