Gandhi's fresh attack on the government over the deal comes two days after he told Parliament during the debate on no-confidence motion that French president had conveyed to him that there was no problem in sharing details relating to the Rafale, contrary to what the government has been saying.
"The Defence Minister has clearly spoken an untruth," he had said. Referring to Modi, he had said, "I can see him smiling. There is a touch of nervousness. He is looking away, not looking into my eyes." The truth is that Modi is not a "chowkidar" (guard) but a "bhagidaar" (collaborator) in the wrong-doings, Rahul had said.
People won’t ‘hug’ Rahul in 2019: BJP
The BJP on Sunday took a dig at Rahul Gandhi, saying the Congress president might forcibly hug Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but the people of the country would not embrace him in next year's Lok Sabha election. Attacking the Gandhi scion over his speech at the Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting today, BJP's national
media in-charge Anil Baluni said the people will reject him in the next general election.