Rafael: Navjot Singh Sidhu said that 500 crore plane of 1600 crore? Who pocketed 1100 crores, what was the inside thing for? The watchman’s dog also got a thief.
Congress star campaigner and minister in Punjab government Navjot Singh Sidhu is once again in disputes. While addressing the election rally in Alwar, Rajasthan, Sidhu raised the issue of the Rafael aircraft and asked if the plan of 500 crore is in the 1600 crore? Who pocketed 1100 crores, what was the inside thing for? The watchman’s dog also got a thief.
Congress spokesman Manish Tewari has defended this controversial statement of Sidhu. He said that the level of public dialogue had dropped by PM Modi. The PM will have to think about the kind of dialog you want.
The queen is ruling in palaces(Rafael)
In Khairthal, Navjot Singh Sidhu aims at PM Narendra Modi, BJP President Amit Shah, CM Vasundhara Raje and Union Ministers. Sidhu said that the bullet train came from Japan, the idol of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel came from China and people here will make pakules only.
He said that this corrosion is the battlefield of the farmer. Vasundhara’s policies have given Rajasthan the title of the most backward region. The government has only picked up four lakh tonnes of foodgrains out of 78 lakh tonnes. Electricity rates have increased and kings are sitting in the palaces.
Pakistan’s controversy started
Let me tell you before that Navjot Singh Sidhu had come to the dispute about his visit to Pakistan. There, his picture came in front of Khalistani militant and Hafiz Saeed, along with Gopal Singh Chawla. After this Modi’s minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal described him as a Pakistani agency. On this visit, CM Capt Amarinder Singh of Punjab had also raised the question and he refused to go there.
10 ministers quit quizzed
Sidhu had said on Friday that he went to Pakistan on the advice of his captain Rahul Gandhi. However, on Saturday, he reversed his statement and said he had gone to the call of Pakistani PM Imran Khan. Angered by Sidhu’s statement, 10 of his ministers have demanded his resignation.
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