Published On: Thu, Dec 22nd, 2016

Congress scion alleges PM Modi took bribes from corporate houses

In a statement which is likely to taint the Mr. clean image of the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, the congress scion, Rahul Gandhi, alleged that PM Modi took bribes from the corporate houses like Sahara Group and Birla Group while he was serving as the Chief Minister of Gujarat. He made this provocative statement while addressing a rally in the PM’s own state. He reportedly demanded an investigation into the incident. The Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also sought similar demands. He claimed that this allegation was initially raised by him. Notably, he asked PM to resign from his post until he was acquitted of the allegation. Earlier, the allegations triggered against the Indian supremo were raised in the Supreme Court by renowned lawyer and former AAP leader Prashant Bhushan. PM Modi is not likely to react or give a counter statement over these allegations, which is not properly backed with any concrete evidence. Experts opined that those people who raise serious allegations against a respected personality such as Prime Minister, President and similar personalities must present concrete evidence in order to authenticate their argument.  Meanwhile, denouncing the allegations raised by the Congress Vice-President, a senior BJP leader retorts that the congress party is trying to divert public attention from the AgustaWestland issue, in which the names of top congress leaders have been surfacing in associated with the bribery scandal day by day as the investigators go deep into the case.

Vignesh

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Congress scion alleges PM Modi took bribes from corporate houses