Published On: Tue, Dec 27th, 2022

BJP hits out at Congress by calling Gandhis “most corrupt family in Indian politics”

New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday slammed the Congress by dubbing the Gandhi family as the “Kattar Papi Parivar” of India and the “most corrupt family in Indian politics”. The party also accused their son-in-law Robert Vadra of land grabbing in Rajasthan.

Congress was ruling in Rajasthan between 2008-13, they grabbed 125 bighas of land from farmers

Speaking at the press conference here, BJP spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia claimed that while the Congress was ruling in Rajasthan between 2008-13, they grabbed 125 bighas of land from farmers.

Referring to the Rajasthan High Court’s rejection of Robert Vadra’s plea to quash a money laundering probe against him, Bhatia accused the Gandhi family of being embroiled in corruption and helping Vadra in grabbing lands from farmers in the state.

“This is a ‘Kattar Paapi Parivaar’ (extremely immoral family) of India. It has only worked to do corruption and grabbing land from farmers to hand over to Vadra,” he alleged.

The BJP spokesperson said Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi should break their “silence” on corruption and money-laundering allegations against Vadra. The Congress has often claimed that the corruption charges against Vadra are politically motivated.

Last week, the Rajasthan High Court rejected a petition seeking the quashing of an Enforcement Directorate investigation into the purchase of land in Bikaner by a company (Skylight Hospitality), related to Vadra and his mother, through alleged shady means.

Bhatia also rejected Congress’ claim of witch hunting against Vadra and said that it amounted to casting aspersions on the judiciary which has refused to quash charges against him.

“They are the most corrupt family in Indian politics. Three members of the family are out on bail in corruption cases. It is a serious matter of concern for a government with zero tolerance for corruption,” he said referring to the corruption probe against Sonia Gandhi and Rahul, both former Congress presidents, in the National Herald case.

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