Reacting to Congress party publicly posting the ‘Sahara diaries’ list on their Twitter handle, former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on December 26 thrashed the list having her name and said that “there is no iota of truth” in the allegations.
Expressing shock over Congress party posting the list publicly, Dikshit said that it had “surprised” her, with others claiming that she might take the matter up with the party.
She though refused to speak further on the issue saying the matter is sub-judice and added that she has nothing to do with the issue.
Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi recently had alleged that PM Narendra Modi as Gujarat CM had taken money from Sahara and Birla groups and demanded an independent inquiry into it.
मोदी जी, आपको मेरा जितना मजाक उड़ाना है उड़ा लो, लेकिन इन कागजों की जांच करवाओ: राहुल गाँधी pic.twitter.com/rnICMOrr4j
— INC India (@INCIndia) December 23, 2016
The tweet shocked everyone as the people mentioned on the list have not only been cleared by the Supreme Court but it has also made its observations known to the people, including Sheila Dikshit, who featured on the list.
“There cannot be double standards but Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi and their spokespersons are making stupid mistakes time and again. A horse has died and his death has been certified by the Supreme Court. Rahul should have gained wisdom by now, he is no more a child” – BJP