‘Restoring Credibility’ Rahul Gandhi Has Advice for the PM on this

Rahul Gandhi offered some career advice to the Prime Minister today, urging him to “grab the opportunity” to bring disgraced cricket magnate Lalit Modi back to India. “After we lost the election, I thought (PM Modi) had it in him, but now we know, he doesn’t have dum (guts),” said Mr Gandhi, whose party has accused the ruling BJP’s top leaders of illicit business links to the billionaire.
Mr Gandhi’s tip-off for the PM is liable to trigger new expostulation by the PM’s gathering, the BJP. Recently, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley portrayed the Congress Vice-President as “an expert without knowledge.”
Undaunted, Mr Gandhi, who delivered a sharp attack on the ruling party in Parliament yesterday, said the government, especially Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj, still “owes the country” two answers. “How much money did her family receive from Lalit Modi?” he asked, followed by “Why did she keep her assistance to him a secret?”
The minister told Parliament yesterday that she “committed no error” by educating UK authorities a year ago that India would not protest if Lalit Modi was permitted to go to Portugal to bolster his wife, a malignancy quiet, in her treatment there. The restriction has inquired as to why Mrs Swaraj did not uncover this, given that her stand was a complete turnaround from that of the past government drove by the Congress. Mr Gandhi has additionally over and again asserted that Mrs Swaraj is liable of irreconcilable circumstance, in light of the fact that her little girl and spouse have served on Lalit Modi’s legitimate group. The clergyman has denied any wrongdoing


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