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Varun Gandhi questioned his own government on the ‘free ki rewari’ statement

Hitting out at the government over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “free ki rewari” remark, Bharatiya Janata Party MP Varun Gandhi on Saturday said loans worth up to Rs 10 lakh crore of corrupt businessmen were waived off in the last five years. Varun Gandhi asked this question while sharing the list of top 10 fugitive businessmen on behalf of the government in Parliament.

Names of these businessmen among those who take free rewari

Varun Gandhi tweeted, which the House aspires to thank for the poor being given five kilograms of ration. The same house tells that in five years the loan of corrupt money animals up to Rs 10 lakh crore has been waived. Mehul Choksi and Rishi Aggarwal’s names are on top among those who take free revdi. Who has the first right on the government treasury?

The basis of the list released in the Parliament

Varun Gandhi said in his tweet, making the basis of the list presented in Parliament. Let us inform that during a discussion in Parliament, he was indirectly referring to the remark of another Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP, in which it was said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi helped 80 crore poor people during Kovid-19. Providing free food grains. The Prime Minister has recently sparked a new debate by criticizing some political parties for offering them free services for electoral gains. Modi had said that it is very harmful for the development of the country.

Varun is MP from Pilibhit

Let us tell you that Varun Gandhi is a BJP MP from Pilibhit-Bareilly Lok Sabha of Uttar Pradesh. They keep surrounding their own government through tweets. Varun keeps raising questions from the central and state government on other issues including unemployment, inflation.

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