Manohar Parrikar and Rahul Gandhi letter war.
Rahul Gandhi, leader of Indian National Congress had been attacking on BJP for Rafale issue from a long time but recently he engaged in a letter battle with Manohar Parrikar (Cheif Minister of Goa and Ex Defence Minister) .
All this started when Rahul Gandhi visited Manohar Parrikar personally on Tuesday. He visited to ask about the declining health of Manohar Parrikar.
After visiting Manohar Parrikar, Rahul Gandhi on the same day spoked in public meeting at Kochi. Where he targeted the government on Rafale deal on, how government used the deal to provide benifit to Anil Ambani. At the meeting he accepted that Manohar Parrikar had no role in this deal .
In New Delhi , Rahul Gandhi told to youth congress that Parrikar told him personally that while changing the deal , prime minister didn’t asked defence minister.
This forced Manohar Parrikar to reply Rahul Gandhi. He condemned Rahul Gandhi on using the visit for political gains. In his letter to Rahul Gandhi , he accused him for using the visit for “petty political gains” .
“Here I am fighting against a life-threatening illness. Due to my training and ideological strength, I wish to serve Goa and its people against any/all odds. I thought your visit would give me your good wishes in that cause of serving our people. Little did I know that you had other intentions,” Mr. Parrikar wrote.
This all has provoked a huge disturbance in political circle.
Rahul Gandhi reply to Manohar Parrikar
In the return Rahul Gandhi replied “I have not shared any details of my conversation with you when we met in Goa yesterday. In my two speeches since we met, I have referred to what is already in the public domain,”.
Amit Shah also condemned Rahul Gandhi by tweeting this
Although Mr Gandhi accepted that he respect Mr Parrikar and ,he only said the things which were already circulating in public. He also added that pressure from PM forced Mr Parrikar to do all this.
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