On Saturday, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi by questioning him about the form in which he got the money to develop the BJP office in New Delhi.
Nath made the remarks after Modi leveled various allegations against him and had raked up the Income Tax Department raids of Praveen Kakkar, the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister’s private secretary.
“The Prime Minister ought to inform the country who bears the fees of his plane rides. He has to reply from where he got the cash to assemble a Rs 700 crore office of BJP in Delhi. He has to first deliver answers to a lot of these after which best he should question me questions,” Nath instructed ANI.
Modi on Friday had alleged that the cash, which was seized through the I-T Department earlier, was being utilized by Congress president Rahul Gandhi in his poll marketing campaign.
“For the negative children, your chowkidar is sending money from Delhi. But the money being sent for pregnant women and infant nutrition is being stolen and despatched to Tughlaq Road. People have visible how sacks full of notes have been recovered,” the Prime Minister had stated in a public rally in Sidhi.
“This cash is being used to send to a big Congress chief who resides at Tughlaq avenue in Delhi. The cash became also spent in Inamdar’s marketing campaign,” he had stated.
Modi, in addition, stated that the regulation needs to be equal for every person, adding that the I-T branch can raid his house as nicely if he has done something wrong. The prime minister alleged that Nath had reduced the people’s energy bill by giving half of the supply in evaluation to what it became at some stage in the previous Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s government. Polling in Madhya Pradesh may be held in 4 phases – on April 29, May 6, 12, and 19. The counting of votes will take location on May 23.