Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Wednesday termed the centre’s choice to probe three Nehru-Gandhi household linked trusts, together with the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, as a “clear case of political vendetta”.
“The decision by MHA to probe three Gandhi family trusts related to INC is clearly a case of political vendetta. NDA Govt can’t digest INC raising the issue of the need for transparency in the PM CARES Fund. The action against the three trusts is a direct result of this,” he stated in a tweet.
“It is yet another tactic to try to silence the opposition and to prevent opposition leaders from raising issues of national interest, which exposes government’s wrong decisions,” he stated.
Mr Gehlot additionally hit out on the central authorities over its “wrong” insurance policies. “Rahul Gandhi ji had warned about the deep economic crisis that awaited India due to wrong NDA policies and now we are unfortunately witnessing the same,” he stated in a sequence of tweets.
“Sonia Gandhi ji, Dr Manmohan Singh ji & Rahul ji raised the difficulties faced by common people, MSMEs, enterprises & banks in the past months. INC offered a number of suggestions to bring the economy on track but the Govt paid no heed due to their arrogant attitude,” he added.
The centre has arrange an inter-ministerial workforce to coordinate probe into the alleged violation of assorted legal guidelines like cash laundering and international contributions by three Nehru-Gandhi household linked trusts, together with the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation (RGF).
The choice was taken almost a fortnight after the BJP stated that the RGF had acquired funds from the Chinese Embassy.
The allegation got here amidst the stand-off between the Indian Army and China’s PLA in Ladakh.
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