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Narendra Modi BJP president Nadda attacks Congress over Rajiv Gandhi Foundation and China

Narendra Modi BJP president Nadda attacks Congress over Rajiv Gandhi Foundation and China

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BJP president J.P. Nadda. File
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Nadda asked the Congress to arrive back ravishing on its “links” with China, and the foremost substances of its MoU with the Communist Birthday party of China.

Intensifying his attack on the Congress, BJP president J.P. Nadda on Saturday asked the opposition social gathering 10 questions, alongside with about alleged links between the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation and China.

“Below the garb of China and COVID-19 crisis, one ought to soundless no longer shrink back from questions the nation desires to know,” Mr. Nadda informed reporters whereas attacking Congress president Sonia Gandhi.

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Amid standoff with China, he asserted that below Prime Minister Narendra Modi management India is safe and web, and that its mettlesome armed forces are fully in a position to maintaining the country.

Mr. Nadda alleged that the RGF, which is headed by Sonia Gandhi, continuously got donations from the Chinese language embassy between 2005-09, from the “tax haven” of Luxemburg between 2006-09 and NGOs with industrial interests.

“National curiosity used to be “sacrificed” and donations into the family-speed basis had been accredited,” Mr. Nadda said.

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The Congress had on Friday dismissed Mr. Nadda’s attack on the RGF over alleged donations to it from the Chinese language embassy and the Prime Minister National Relief Fund as a “diabolical game of deception” by the ruling social gathering to divert consideration from the alleged Chinese language occupation of Indian territory.

Mr. Nadda asked the Congress on Saturday to arrive back ravishing on its “links” with China, and the foremost substances of its MoU with the Communist Birthday party of China.

He said India’s alternate deficit with China soared to $36.2 billion in 2013-14 from $1.1 billion in 2004 and asked if it used to be “quid pro quo” from the Congress. The Congress-led UPA used to be in energy between 2004-14.

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