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Rahul Gandhi says he has ‘personal information’ on PM Narendra Modi and Twitterati can’t digest it

"PM is afraid that if he lets me speak then his balloon will burst," said Rahul Gandhi.

By: Trends Desk |
December 14, 2016 6:40:15 pm
Rahul Gandhi addressed the media today Rahul Gandhi addressed the media today

After a few days of Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi saying that ‘earthquake will come’ if he speaks on demonetisation, today he briefed the media and said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘balloon will burst’ if he is allowed to say what he wants to say in the Lok Sabha. He claimed that he has some ‘personal information’ of the PM’s ‘personal corruption’ which he will only reveal in the Lok Sabha.

“PM is afraid that if he lets me speak then his balloon will burst. I have some personal information on PM Modi, which is what I want to speak on in Lok Sabha, but I am not being allowed to speak. Allow opposition to speak in the house.PM owes country an explanation, cannot keep running away to pop concerts&public meetings,” he said.

People on social media can’t fathom why Gandhi can’t share the information outside Parliament if it’s so controversial. Even Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal asked the same question. “If Rahul Gandhi actually has papers on Modi ji’s personal involvement in corruption, then why doesn’t he expose it outside Parl?” he tweeted. However, that’s not all. People also can’t get over the ‘earthquake’ and ‘balloon’ references!

Everyone’s wondering if at all the information that Gandhi has claimed he has is ever going to come into the public space because the winter session of the Parliament comes to a close on December 15. Thanks to the disruptions, not much good has come of it.

This is what Twitterati has to say.

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