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Priyanka Gandhi demands government audit “PM Care” fund

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This third phase is under lockdown in the coronavirus epidemic. The condition of the poor in the country is getting worse and worse. In such a situation, Priyanka Gandhi asked the Modi government a big question on the matter of remitting Rs 68,607 crore loan of 50 top defaulters including fugitive Mehul Choksi and forcibly recovering a hundred rupees fund in PM Care from the public facing lockdown.

Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has targeted the Modi government, while raising questions about the government department raising funds in PM Care for Covid-19 in Bhadohi.

He has suggested this through a tweet, seeking a government audit for the funds to be donated to PM Care.

She wrote in the tweet, “One suggestion: when the public is doing trihum.” There is scarcity of ration, water, cash. And the government department is charging a hundred rupees for PM care. Then it would be appropriate from every perspective to have a government audit of PM Care as well? ”

 

Priyanka Gandhi did not stop here. Attacking the Modi government, he further wrote in his tweet, “Run away from the country 68,000 crore forgiveness of bank thieves Should be accounted for. Transparency before the public is important in times of crisis. It has the benefit of both the public and the government.”

Let us know that recently, the loan of Rs. 68,607 crore of 50 top bank defaulters including fugitive diamond trader Mehul Choksi, liquor trader Vijay Mallya has been waived.

16 February Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi was asked questions related to Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and Minister of State for Finance Anurag Thakur in Parliament. The government refused to respond to this.

RTI activist later Saket Gokhale This was revealed in the reply to.

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