More graft cases would be unearthed against BJP govt: Rahul
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More graft cases would be unearthed against BJP govt: Rahul

Amethi, Sep 25: Congress president Rahul Gandhi has said that within two-three months, more corruption cases will be unearthed against BJP.

"This is just the beginning, more interesting things will come up in the next two-three months," he said, while alleging that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's role in context of Rafale, Lalit Modi, Vijay Mallaya and demonetisation is questionable.

Addressing the media volunteers of the party on Monday evening, Mr Gandhi said that in the next two-three months, more corruption cases will surface against the BJP led-government.The Congress president demanded a JPC probe on the issue. He called the Prime Minister a 'Chor' in the context of supersonic jet deal.

Mr Gandhi, on the second day of his visit, attended a Janata Durbar at the forest guest house in Musafirkhana and later met the district Vigilance and Monitoring Committee at Gauriganj.

Before he reached Gauriganj, there was a clash between the BJP and the Congress workers near the collectorate but police controlled the situation. After attending the meeting Mr Gandhi flew back to New Delhi.(UNI)