BJP MP Varun Gandhi took a swipe on the authorities on Saturday over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “muft ke revdi” (freebies) remark, saying loans as much as Rs 10 lakh crore of corrupt businessmen had been waived within the final 5 years.
Mehul Choksi and Rishi Agarwal prime the record of those that acquired “muft ki revdi”, Gandhi stated in a tweet in Hindi, sharing a authorities reply in Parliament in regards to the prime 10 defaulter corporations. Choksi and Agarwal are related to two of these corporations.
“The same Parliament that expects the poor to express thanks at receiving five kg grains also says bad loans of Rs 10 lakh crore of corrupt businessmen have been waived in the last five years. Who has the first right over the government treasury?” Gandhi requested.
He was apparently referring to a different Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP’s remarks throughout a debate in Parliament that Modi has been offering free foodgrains to 80 crore poor individuals because the COVID-19 outbreak. The authorities deserves reward for this, the MP had stated.
The prime minister stirred a debate not too long ago by criticising some political events for providing “muft ki revdi” for electoral positive factors. This could be very dangerous for the nation’s improvement, he had stated.