‘INC stands for I need commission’: BJP hits back at Congress over Rafale jet deal allegations

Prime News, National, Defence, Corruption, Politics, New Delhi, November 9:- A big Congress vs Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) war has erupted over the Rafale fighter jet deal. Moments after the Congress, citing media reports, charged that kickbacks were paid, the BJP on Tuesday (November 9) hit back describing the grand old party as the house of ‘corruption.’

Addressing a press conference in New Delhi, senior BJP leader Sambit Patra said that the reports in the French media were proof that the Congress-led UPA government was corrupt.

“INC (Indian National Congress) means ‘I need Commission.’ It would not be an over-projection that during the UPA tenure, they had a deal within every deal and they could still not strike a deal,” Patra said.

“The address of corruption is 10 Janpath, however, since the BJP government has come in power, it has been rendered ‘homeless,’ ” he went on to add referring to Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s official residence in the capital. (MR, Inputs: Agencies)

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