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Jun 27, 2020
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BJP President criticises Congress over alleged links between Rajiv Gandhi Foundation and China

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BJP President J P Nadda today criticized Congress over alleged links between the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation (RGF) and China. Briefing the media in New Delhi, Mr Nadda asked ten questions to the main opposition party over the issue. He alleged that the RGF, which is headed by Congress President Sonia Gandhi, continuously received donations from the Chinese embassy between 2005-09, from the tax haven of Luxemburg between 2006-09 and NGOs with commercial interests. He alleged that national interest was sacrificed and donations into the  foundation were accepted. He said under the garb of China and  the Corona crisis, Congress President Sonia Gandhi should not shy away from questions that the nation wants to know. The BJP President  asked the Congress to come clean on its links with China, and the details of its MoU with the Communist Party of China.

The Congress had dismissed Mr Nadda's criticism of the RGF over alleged donations to it from the Chinese embassy and the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund.

Amid standoff with China, Mr Nadda asserted that India under Prime Minister Narendra Modi is safe and secure, and that its brave armed forces are fully capable of protecting the country.

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