Rahul Gandhi largest beneficiary of Commonwealth Games Bribe: Dr. Swamy
Press Release of Dr. Subramanium Swamy
Here is the excerpt of the very important press release issued by Dr.Subramanian Swamy on 11 Aug. 2010 in Chennai which states that Rahul Maino is the main beneficiary of CWG bribes.But surprisingly neither any Congress man dared to file a defamation case against Dr. Swamy and everyone is mum including the “secular” press of India.
This is a must read for all patriotic Indians.
Dr. Swamy’s statement reads:
While abroad recently I was informed by my reliable sources that of the Rs.40000 crores spent to date on Commonwealth Games preparations, about Rs.15000 crores have gone as bribes under cover of payments to consultants and contractors. The recipient of the largest share of the bribe delivered in London is Rahul Gandhi, a Congress MP and son of Sonia Gandhi. In London Mr.Gandhi is known under an alias as Raul Vinci. The Indian High Commission employee in London who has denied his letter of recommendation now, acts as a valet for Mr.Gandhi whenever he visits London, which is at least once a month. Mr.Gandhi is accompanied by his undeclared wife, Colombian girl Veronique.The plan of UPA to protect Mr.Gandhi from expose and prosecution in this CWG scam is to blame it all on Suresh Kalmadi and Shiela Dikshit. The Prime Minister must show boldness now because corruption at the public person level has attained Himalayan heights bringing disgrace to the nation and the economy performing below our potential.
I demand therefore constituting an open Commission of Inquiry under a sitting Supreme Court judge with CBI as it’s investigating arm. The public and whistle blowers should be invited to depose before Commission.
The information expressed here is based on the Press Release of Janata Party President Dr.SUBRAMANIAN SWAMY).The views expressed in the link above are entirely that of the author of that article and does not necessarily represent the views of ariseindiaforum.org in any way.
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