The PM is corruption: Rahul Gandhi

19 May 2018 10:54 PM

The PM is corruption: Rahul Gandhi

Updated 19 May 2018 10:54 PM

Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not only abetting the corruption, but is corruption himself.

Addressing the media, Gandhi said, "You have seen openly how the PM directly authorized purchasing of MLAs in Karnataka, so the idea that PM spreads in the country that he is fighting corruption, is a blatant lie, he is corruption."

He said that this is a lesson to the BJP, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party chief Amit Shah that the Indian institutions are bigger.

"The country has shown the BJP, PM NarendraModi and murder-accused AmitShah that the institutions of the country are bigger than their moneybags," Gandhi said.

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