I am targeted for raising questions about Modi-Adani relationship: Rahul

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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi questioned Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his ‘closer’ industrialist Gautam Adani in his first press conference after losing his Lok Sabha seat. He said, ‘I have been targeted for raising questions about the Modi-Adani relationship.’

Former Congress president Rahul has also questioned the ‘participation’ of Chinese industrial firms close to Adani in the country’s defence.

Rahul said in the press conference, ‘After Modi became the Prime Minister, I raised a question about the picture of his traveling companion Adani. After that, the lease of various airports in the country was irregularly given to Adani.

This leader of the opposition Congress in the Lok Sabha mentioned that Adani’s relationship with Modi is very old. Rahul commented in front of reporters, ‘I don’t know where he (Adani) came from.’

Rahul said, ‘My membership in the Lok Sabha was rejected using the court verdict as a tool. But I will continue to fight for the sake of the country. I am not afraid, they (BJP) have not understood that even in these days.’

Gujarat’s Surat district court on Thursday sentenced Rahul Gandhi to two years in jail for making ‘offensive’ comments about Modi’s surname. On that basis, according to Article 102(1) of the Indian Constitution and Article 8 of the Representation of the People Act (1951), Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla dismissed Rahul’s membership in the lower house of the Indian Parliament on Friday.

At a press conference in New Delhi, Rahul claimed, ‘The Prime Minister was afraid of my next speech in Parliament. So it was done.’

Disproving the allegations of the BJP camp that he had ‘insulted the country’ during his visit to Britain, Rahul said, ‘I have not made any anti-national comments. Their (BJP) problem is that they consider Adani’s insult as an insult to the country.

In a press conference on Saturday, Rahul said, ‘I wanted to speak in Parliament, but I was not allowed to speak. I have written twice to speak, I have met the speaker; But I didn’t get a chance to say.’

Incidentally, before entering the Parliament building on Thursday after returning from London, Rahul said, ‘I did not say anything against India (at the London meeting). If given an opportunity, I will say that in the Parliament

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