New Delhi, August 22
Railway Minister Piyush Goyal at the moment dared the Congress to contest the 2024 Lok Sabha elections on Rafale after opposition chief Rahul Gandhi raked up the problem once more alleging that the cash was stolen from the exchequer to execute the fighter jet deal.
“Many of Rahul’s Congress colleagues confide in private that his obsession with Rafale to wash off his father’s sins is damaging the party. But if someone is wanting to self-destruct, who are we to complain? We invite him to fight the 2024 elections on Rafale,” Goyal stated on Twitter.
Citing a information report that quoted sources to say that the Comptroller and Auditor General had submitted a efficiency audit on defence offset contracts to the federal government with out mentioning any offset offers associated to the Rafale buy, Rahul tweeted, “Money was stolen from the Indian exchequer in Rafale.”
The former Congress president, well-known for his “chowkidaar chor hai” jibe towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the Rafale buy, additionally quoted Mahatma Gandhi on his Twitter timeline to say “Truth is one, paths are many”. — TNS