NEW DELHI: Amid high-voltage political crossfire over the India-China stand-off, BJP president
J P Nadda
on Saturday came up with ten posers for Congress and its chief
, asking her to explain, among other things, the terms of the MoU her party had signed with
Communist Party of China
(CPC) and the alleged links between
Rajiv Gandhi Foundation
(RGF) and the neighbouring country.
“What is the exact relationship between Congress and CPC? What are the exact signed and hidden terms of this MoU?” Nadda said while releasing the ten questions at a presser. “Under the garb of China and Covid-19 crisis, one should not shy away from questions the nation wants to know,” he said.
Sharing more details on the donations to the Sonia Gandhi-headed RGF, Nadda said countries like China donated to it every year between 2005 and 2009. “Why did RGF, headed by Sonia Gandhi, accept money from the Chinese government and Chinese embassy? Isn’t it a shame, sacrificing national interest by accepting money from foreign powers for personal trusts,” he asked.
The BJP chief alleged that
fugitive Mehul Choksi
, accused in the PNB scam, was also one of the donors to RGF as he hit out at
for his remarks against PM Narendra Modi. “Some months back, we saw a huge hue and cry over Mehul Choksi. The crown prince of Congress used the most obnoxious language for the PM. However, it has come to light that Mehul Choksi was also a donor for the RGF,” Nadda said, adding, “Sonia Gandhi should answer, first takes money from Mehul Choksi, then helps him with bank loans and then blames present PM.”