‘Jait-lie’, says Rahul Gandhi in dig against Arun Jaitley; accuses PM Narendra Modi of lying too
New Delhi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday took a dig at Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and addressed him as ‘Jaitlie’.
Taking to Twitter, he additionally ‘thanked’ the FM for “reminding India that our PM by no means means what he says or says what he means.”
The official account of the workplace of Rahul additionally posted a video of what Prime Minister Narendra Modi had mentioned throughout an election rally in Gujarat. Alongside it, the deal with posted the clarification made by the senior BJP chief in Parliament.
Pricey Mr Jaitlie – thanks for reminding India that our PM by no means means what he says or says what he means. #BJPLies pic.twitter.com/I7n1f07GaX
— Workplace of RG (@OfficeOfRG) December 27, 2017
The federal government mentioned within the Parliament on Wednesday that PM Modi has by no means questioned Manmohan Singh’s integrity, ending a impasse that had paralysed the Home for almost two weeks.
“The assertion (by PM Modi) didn’t query nor did he imply to query the dedication of Manmohan Singh or Hamid Ansari, the previous vice president. Any such notion is totally misguided. We maintain these leaders in excessive esteem and their dedication to the nation,” Jaitley, who’s Chief of the Home within the Rajya Sabha, had mentioned.
On its half, the Congress celebration mentioned it doesn’t approve of any remarks made towards the PM, apparently in a reference to the ‘neech‘ comment made by Mani Shankar Aiyar. The Congress had subsequently suspended Aiyar.
Senior Congress chief Ghulam Nabi Azad learn out from a ready assertion wherein he distanced the Congress from Aiyar`s assertion towards PM Modi saying the Congress disapproves of any try and convey down the dignity of the Prime Minister`s Workplace.
The proceedings of each Homes of Parliament have been repeatedly disrupted over the previous two weeks over remarks by PM Modi through the Gujarat Meeting election marketing campaign.
He had questioned his predecessor for attending a dinner with senior Pakistan officers at Aiyar’s residence.
The Congress had mentioned that PM’s remarks implied that Singh and different public figures who attended the dinner have been conspiring with Pakistan and demanded an apology from the PM.
Singh too had issued a press release saying, “I’m deeply pained and anguished by the falsehood and canards being unfold to attain political factors in a misplaced trigger by none lower than Prime Minister.”
He had added that he sincerely hoped that PM Modi will present “maturity and gravitas”, as anticipated of the excessive workplace he holds.
(With PTI inputs)