Digvijaya Singh targets ‘Twitter’ on Rajiv Gandhi Foundation Case

After the Congress surrounded the Modi government over the Corona crisis and the China border dispute, the BJP raised questions by adding Chinese connections to the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation.

Digvijaya Singh targets Twitter on Rajiv Gandhi Foundation Case

New Delhi: After the Congress surrounded the Modi government over the Corona crisis and the China border dispute, the BJP raised questions by adding Chinese connections to the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation. From national president JP Nadda to minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, they released a list of donations to the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation and targeted the Congress.

Is twitter acting on instruction: Digvijaya

At the same time, Congress leader and former Chief Minister Digvijaya Singh has tweeted in this case and asked questions while protesting.

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Congress leader Digvijaya Singh tweeted on Monday about the video of Rajiv Gandhi Foundation. On this tweet, he wrote, “Is Twitter acting on the directions of a powerful person in India? Why is a harmless informative video of the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation not being accepted on Twitter? I need clarification on this issue from Twitter. Will they answer Let’s see. Otherwise I may have to find legal alternatives. ‘

BJP claimed Congress looted India:

Let us tell you that during the UPA’s tenure, the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, which was headed by Sonia Gandhi, had received donations from China. This was claimed by BJP and JP Nadda tweeted about this transaction.

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JP Nadda wrote on the tweet, ‘PMNRF, meant to help people in distress, was donating money to Rajiv Gandhi Foundation in UPA years. Who sat on the PMNRF board? Smt. Sonia Gandhi , Who chairs Rajiv Gandhi Fund ? Smt. Sonia Gandhi. Totally reprehensible, disregarding ethics, processes and not bothering about transparency.’

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