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VIRAL SACH! Did Nitin Gadkari Arrange 50 Charted Planes for His Daughter’s Wedding???

The central road transport and shipping minister has been in news for a week now. Nitin Gadkari had arranged his daughter’s wedding on December 4th, this news spread on social media which was given a complete twist saying that Gadkari is arranging a lavish wedding with Black money.

Notice the names of the people who are spreading FALSE stories on Facebook. They are all either Congress followers or working for Congress Media cell.

 

The biggest accusation Congress made is he has arranged 50 charted planes to bring 10,000  VIP’s and guests to Nagpur. They accused him of looting the money from people in the name of demonetization and using it for his daughter’s wedding.

But lets know the real truth….

Firstly the news about whether 50 planes reached Nagpur on the day of wedding was totally FAKE and Gadkari did not arrange these planes.

But it was found that 11 VIP’s did arrive in planes and see who they were:

  1. Home Minister Rajnath Singh
  2. Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis
  3. Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan
  4. Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thakhery
  5. Baba Ramdev
  6. I&B Minister Venkaiah Naidu
  7. RSS Chief Mohan Bhagvat
  8. Ramaji Rao
  9. Industrialist Kishor Biyani and
  10. Hinduja Brothers and few party members from Maharashtra

This news was confirmed by the civil aviation sector which said there were no more than 11 planes that arrived for Nitin Gadkari’s daughter’s wedding. So is it unusual that central ministers and CM arriving in planes???

It was proved that Nitin Gadkari did no special arrangements of charted planes nor did he book any charted planes from any private company to being his guests to the wedding. But few media and Congress IT cell had spread FAKE news that he is spending crores on charted planes and giving royal treatment to his guests in resorts and hotels.

This is the third HIT job against BJP which has been proved to be FAKE.

WATCH THE VIDEO!

— Aishwarya S

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