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Is it true that Goa CM Manohar Parrikar has every document related to Rafale Deal in his bedroom that might put Modi Govt in deep trouble?

After the Supreme Court slapped Rahul Gandhi’s party for spreading lies on the historic Rafale Deal with the Dassault Aviation, now the desperate Congress party has hooked on to another tactic to attack the Modi Government.

Even though the Modi government succeeded in getting down the cost of Rafale Deal by 9 percent when compared to the Congress led UPA government, the Congress party blabbered that there was a scam in the deal. Now the Congress released an audio recording of a Goa minister Vishwajit Rane quoting Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar as saying that files related to the Rafale jet deal were “in his bedroom”.

But this claim of the Congress party was soon punctured as both, Mr Parrikar and Rane denied it. Health Minister of Goa Mr Vishwajit P Rane wrote a letter to Goa CM Manohar Parrikar and stated that he never said such things as claimed by the audio released by the Congress party.

“This is with reference to an audio that has become viral regarding the Rafale row. At no point of time there has been a discussion between me and any other individual. There should be a thorough inquiry in this matter and I would like to once again inform the Hon’ble Chief Minister that there is someone playing mischief and there should be a thorough inquiry in this matter and such mischievous elements need to be brought to the books” said Rane in the letter written the Goa CM.

Mr Rane also said in an interview that “The audio tape is doctored. Congress has stooped to such a low level to doctor a tape to create miscommunication between cabinet and the chief minister”.

Even the Goa CM Manohar Parrikar slammed the lies of Rahul Gandhi saying “The audio clip released by the congress party is a desperate attempt to fabricate facts after their lies were exposed by the recent Supreme Court verdict on Rafale. No such discussion ever came up during Cabinet or any other meeting”.

Manohar Parrikar, under whom the first surgical strike took place, is fighting a deadly disease head on but Congress party has’t stopped dragging this stalwart into dirty politics.


Hansika Raj

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