(From Deccan Chronicle)
Hitting back at Indian opposition leader Rahul Gandhi, the government Wednesday dared him to give proof in Parliament on his allegations against the government and PMO on National Herald issue instead of wasting time of the House, after the opposition party stalled proceedings alleging political vendetta.
Soon after the Congress Vice President alleged that the National Herald case is “hundred per cent political vendetta coming out of PMO”, Union Minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy said Rahul “did not have enough courage” to speak in Parliament on the issue.
Rudy said: “He (Rahul) is instrumental in disrupting the House. Court has taken some cognisance against him and Sonia Gandhi. They are trying to become a hero after the charges against them and at the same time they do not have enough courage to come inside the House and say what they are speaking outside to the media.
“We should ask Rahul Gandhi, if he has courage enough, if he has honesty enough, if he has standing as a leader of his political party, he should come to Parliament and give proof of the statement he has made against the judiciary.” Read More