Soon after Supreme Court’s verdict on Rafale, Devendra Fadnavis said that Rahul Gandhi spread lies during Lok Sabha elections 2019 and he should now accept the truth.
After Rafale verdict by Supreme Court everything is crystal clear: Devdendra Fadnavis | File photo from PTI
- Devendra Fadnavis said that Rahul Gandhi spread lies during Lok Sabha elections 2019
- Devendra Fadnavis said asked if Rahul Gandhi would apologise to PM Modi now
- BJP on Thursday was quick to hail Supreme Court’s verdict in Rafale case as a “victory of truth”
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Devendra Fadnavis criticised Congress leader Rahul Gandhi over Supreme Court’s order on Rafale.
The BJP on Thursday was quick to hail the Supreme Court’s verdict in the Rafale case as a “victory of truth” and mounted an all-out attack on Rahul Gandhi over the issue with its president Amit Shah leading the party’s demand for an apology to the nation from Rahul Gandhi.
Devendra Fadnavis took to Twitter to slam Rahul Gandhi. Devendra Fadnavis wrote, “Now, after the Rafale verdict by the Hon Supreme Court, everything is crystal clear and it smashes every lie being spread during Lok Sabha 2019 elections by INC [Indian National Congress]. Does Rahul Gandhi have the magnanimity to accept the truth and apologise to Hon PM Narendra Modi ji and entire nation?”
Now, after the #RafaleVerdict by the Hon Supreme Court, everything is crystal clear and it smashes every lie being spread during LokSabha 2019 elections by INC.
Does Rahul Gandhi have the magnanimity to accept the truth and apologise Hon PM @narendramodi ji & entire Nation?
Devendra Fadnavis (@Dev_Fadnavis) November 14, 2019
Soon after the court rejected pleas that sought a review of its earlier order which had quashed demand for a probe in the fighter aircraft deal, top BJP leaders targeted Rahul Gandhi, as Amit Shah asserted that the decision is a befitting reply to those leaders and parties who rely on “malicious and baseless campaigns”.
BJP working president JP Nadda said that Rahul Gandhi tried to “mislead the nation from road to Parliament” and Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad questioned if he raised the issue at the behest of the French firm’s rivals.
(With inputs from PTI)