Mr Modi is station behind Mr Modi: Rahul attacks PM, wants Sushma Swaraj sacked

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New Delhi: Calling it “ModiGate”, Rahul Gandhi on Monday indicted Narendra Modi of “protecting” Lalit Modi and asked a Prime Minister to pouch External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj for her assistance to a former IPL Chairman in receiving British transport documents.

“It is not a doubt of Sushma ji resigning, PM Modi ji should pouch Sushma Swaraj ji from a Govt,” Gandhi pronounced on a hashtag #ModiGate on Twitter.

Rahul Gandhi. PTIRahul Gandhi. PTI

Rahul Gandhi. PTI

Addressing media in Chhattisgarh, a Congress Vice President removed Modi as observant that he was a guardian and he was a chairman who will get behind black income from outside.

“Mr Lalit Modi is a pitch of Black Money from outside. Now Mr Modi by Sushma Swaraj is safeguarding him. What is this?” he asked.

Replying to a doubt about BJP subsidy Swaraj, Gandhi said,”Off march a celebration will mount behind Sushma Swarajji. The celebration is Mr Modi. Mr Modi is station behind Mr Modi.

“Who is Sushma Swaraj. Sushma Swaraj is a teenager apportion and she means zero in this government. There is usually one male who is using this supervision and he is Narendra Modi and Narendra Modi should stop safeguarding Lalit Modi,” a Congress Vice President insisted.

Escalating a conflict opposite a NDA, a AICC progressing charged a whole BJP and a supervision with “aiding and abetting” Lalit Modi with “tacit approval” of Modi and demanded reason from him.

The celebration also contended that a rapist box has been done out opposite External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in assisting a former IPL trainer get transport papers to go out of a UK and sought an FIR purebred opposite her.

Addressing a press conference, Congress arch orator Randeep Surjewala acted 9 questions to a Prime Minister to answer either there was any quid pro quo in assisting Modi, who has been indicted salting divided Rs 700 crores out of a nation and was confronting charges of income laundering, match-fixing and betting.