Christian Michel was campaigning for Rafale equal; Congress ought to elucidate: PM Modi

SOLPAUR: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday showed that supposed mediator Christian Michel, captured in the AgustaWestland VVIP chopper case, was campaigning for French producer Rafale’s opponents in the multi job flying machine bargain.

The onus is on the Congress to confess all on what is driving ts claims on the (Rafale) bargain, Modi said at a rally here.

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Refering to media reports, Modi said Michel was campaigning for “some other contender” also.

Congress should answer which pioneer of their gathering, presently yelling about this (Rafale bargain), has an association with Michel, he said.

Modi said the ‘chowkidar’ (guard dog), who has set out on a crusade to find defilement can’t be purchased or frightened and will proceed with his work tenaciously.

The ‘chowkidar’ can pick a transgressor even in dimness, he said.

Tending to an open rally in the wake of propelling a huge number of infra extends here, PM Modi said the smooth section of the bill which gives 10% portion to the general classification poor in occupations and training in the Lok Sabha is a solid answer by the Parliament to those spreading lies.

Trusting the Rajya Sabha will pass the bill Wednesday, Modi said the privileges of denied areas, including Dalits and tribals won’t be influenced due to this bill.

He named the entry of the bill in the Lok Sabha as a notable advance went for elevating the denied areas.

On the section of the Citizenship Bill, trying to give Indian citizenship to non-Muslims from Bangaldesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan, Modi guaranteed individuals of Assam and North East that their rights won’t be shortened in any capacity through the bill’s arrangements.

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