Subramanian Swamy writes to PM Modi, said 'Delay is spoiling image of BJP'

New Delhi: Senior BJP leader MP Subramanian Swamy, who has so far cornered the Modi government at the Centre on several issues, has now once again targeted his own government. In fact, Swamy, famous for his blunt statements, has recently written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In the letter, Swamy has drawn pm Modi's attention to the delay in high-profile corruption cases involving Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, P Chidambaram, Robert Vadra, and other Congress leaders. In fact, in the letter, he has written, "The delay in disposal of these cases is hurting the image of the BJP.''



You must be aware that in 2014, the BJP campaigned to fight against these issues. Dr. Swamy has currently released this letter to PM Modi on Twitter. Which you can see here. In fact, he wrote in the letter, "There were many cases of corruption during the UPA regime at the Centre. Now, there is no doubt that there has been a huge delay in the prosecution of many such corruption cases by the Government.''

Not only that, in this letter, Swamy has mentioned several cases related to the corruption of Congress leaders. You must be aware that BJP had launched a campaign against Sonia Gandhi Rahul Gandhi, who is on bail in the National Herald case, including his son, in the 2G scam pending in the Delhi High Court, Aircel maxis INX media bribery case. In addition, Swamy has also mentioned Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra in the letter. In fact, he alleged that nothing much has happened in the black money case registered against Vadra.

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