Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday alleged that "the leaders of the top leader" are trying to silence the newsmakers on the Rafael scandal and threats, blackouts, evictions and advertisements to prevent the truth from coming out. Is getting cut in He also praised a news channel for converting narratives of "disciples".
Gandhi said on Twitter: "The disciples of the top leader are trying to silence the newsmakers on the Raphael scam. News channels have come out of the way of the disciples. "They said," Threats, channel blackout, expulsion, ad cuts. Everything is happening to stop telling the truth. Satyameva Jayate.''
In the morning, Gandhi raised the issue of the Rafale aircraft in his address in the Congress Parliamentary Party meeting in the morning. Describing the Rafael deal as "the biggest corruption of the century", he said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had come to power with the claim that he will end corruption from the country and give clean government. He told the Congress MPs that the Rafael scam connected to the public funds of Rs 1.3 lakh crore was done to salvage corporate friends immersed in Modi's debt and it shows the real 'Sanskar' of this government, 'Ram Nam Japaana, ours'.
Gandhi had earlier also targeted Modi, saying that his "disciples" were threatening to not give news on the Rafael scam.