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Arun Jaitley slams Congress for spreading falsehood

  • Written by News Age Business Desk
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Featured Arun Jaitley slams Congress for spreading falsehood Arun Jaitley slams Congress for spreading falsehood

Union minister Arun Jaitley, has slammed opposition and Congress president Rahul Gandhi for allegedly launching several fake campaigns against the govt.

on several issues, including Judiciary, Election Commission, RBI and CBI. Jaitley wrote in blog that "

The past two months have witnessed several fake campaigns.  Each one of them has failed to cut much ice. Falsehood doesn't have longevity. The 'compulsive contrarians' continued to jump from one falsehood to another.

He added The Rafale deal not only strengthens the combat ability of the Indian Air Force but saved thousands of crores for the exchequer.

When its falsehood collapsed, its creators by producing half a document lost their full credibility. They forgot that truth always prevails.

Those who organised loot on the banks between 2008-2014, started alleging that industrial loans had been waived. Not a single rupee was waived. On the contrary, the defaulters have been thrown out of management & Congress's falsehood was exposed. 

The falsehood that the Government and its Ministers were colluding to allow the economic offenders to escape was exposed when one after the other the investigative agencies were succeeding in bringing back many of the key defaulters and middlemen.

The campaign against the GST fizzled out since in just eighteen months of implementation it became a consumer friendly measure reducing taxes, exempting small businesses and ending corruption/ harassment by eliminating interface of the assessee and the officials.

If we analyse Rahul Gandhi's two speeches on Rafale, they are based on a personal hatred for the Prime Minister emanating from envy. A failed student always hates the class topper. 

 

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