Attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray Saturday said till the PM gives satisfactory replies to the questions asked by Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Rafale deal, every citizen of this country will continue to raise posers on the issue. The latest attack ahead of Lok Sabha elections, said BJP leaders, could effectively end any prospects of an alliance between the two parties in Maharashtra.
“The documentary proof which has now in public domain reveals that the Prime Minister has taken a personal interest in Rafale deal. His interest was at an extreme level. In Rafale deal, our Modi (sic) was making the deal… defence minister and defence secretary were kept away from the deal. Did the Rafale deal take place for empowering the Indian Air Force or for rescuing a bankrupt industrialist? Till the Prime Minister gives a satisfactory reply to the questions raised by Rahul Gandhi, every citizen of this country will continue to ask questions about the deal… A reply is expected from the Prime Minister himself,” said Uddhav in an editorial in the party mouthpiece ‘Saamana’.
Uddhav is the editor of the paper.
Pointing out that from striking Rafale deal to allotting the contract, all decisions were taken by Modi, Uddhav said, “That’s why the Prime Minister himself will have to face criticism and…