While addressing the party workers, Rahul Gandhi
concentrated more on the Rafale controversy, as he sought to grill the Modi government on the issue of corruption. Prime Minister Narendra Modi
is a bhagidar (partner) in the deal, he lashed, adding that the contract was snatched from the state-owned company to help “his friend”.
Rahul Gandhi launched a scathing attack on corporates, alleging 15 industrial houses in the country had been granted undue favours. “Through demonetisation and tax reforms, the money of small and medium businessmen were taken out and given to big corporate houses,” he added.
“You might have seen when I was speaking on the issue in the Parliament; the Prime Minister could not see him eye-to-eye,” Rahul Gandhi said. The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government led by BJP
for not escape, for, this was the biggest ever scam in country’s history.