‘I Am Not Scared Of Them, Will Not Stop Asking Questions…’ Says Rahul Gandhi After Disqualification

New Delhi: Following his disqualification as the Member of Parliament, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said that he is not scared of them (BJP) and he claimed that he will continue to raise questions about the relationship between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Gautam Adani.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi while addressing the press conference said that “My speech made in Parliament was expunged, and later I wrote a detailed reply to the Lok Sabha Speaker. Some ministers lied about me, that I sought help from foreign powers. But there is no such thing I have done. I will not stop asking questions.”

Talking about the disqualification from Lok Sabha, Rahul Gandhi added that “The Prime Minister is scared of my next speech on Adani, and I have seen it in his eyes. That is why, first the distraction and then the disqualification.”

Talking about the relationship between PM Modi and Adani, Rahul Gandhi alleged that “This is the whole drama that has been orchestrated to defend the Prime Minister from the simple question- Who’s Rs 20,000 crore went to Adani’s shell companies? I am not scared of these threats, disqualifications or prison sentences.”

He further added that “Whole game of disqualification, allegations by ministers aimed at distracting people from Adani issue.”

He said “I am not interested in anything but the truth. I only speak the truth, it is my work and I will keep doing it even if I get disqualified or get arrested.”

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