The matter came up Tuesday before a bench of Justices A K Sikri and S A Nazeer, who did not issue any formal notice.
Cong calls Dassault Aviation CEO’s claims as ‘manufactured lies’
In response to Rahul Gandhi’s allegations that Dassault paid Rs 284 crore in alleged “kickbacks” to a Reliance firm to purchase land near an airfield in Nagpur, Trappier said, “I am sad to hear that. We have had a long experience with the Congress.”
The Income Tax matter against the Congress leaders is linked to the National Herald case in which they are also facing a criminal case.
The meeting between Gandhi and Dorsey holds significance as Twitter has become one of the prime tools after Facebook and WhatsApp when it comes to spreading fake news and online trolling.
Addressing a rally at the same venue as Modi’s in Jagdalpur, Rahul said Congress workers and leaders had made “true sacrifices”, and the party is full of “martyrs”.
190 candidates, including Chief Minister Raman Singh from Rajnandgaon, are contesting in the first phase. In 2013, the BJP lost 12 of 18 seats in the last polls.
Donning a ‘Modi jacket’ with a tricolour muffler, Pathak dress like the PM, however, instead of the lotus badge, the Congress campaigner’s jacket was decked with a hand symbol.
Gandhi said Modi should explain to the country why he gave Ambani, who the Congress president claimed has a debt of Rs 45,000 crore to banks, a deal of Rs 30,000 crore.
Addressing a public meeting in Kanker, Rahul Gandhi said he wants to give the keys to the treasury to farmers, youth, poor, women and tribals making Chhattisgarh an agriculture centre in five years.
Tackling employment under the party’s “Ghar Ghar Rozgaar, Har Ghar Rozgaar” scheme, the manifesto underlines apprenticeship programmes and employment opportunities for the youth.
Describing Naxals as “monsters with the evil mindset”, PM Modi said, “Will you forgive such people? These people will not win Chhattisgarh. I appeal to you to ensure that BJP wins all seats in the Bastar region. If anyone else wins, it will be a blot on Bastar’s dreams.”
Congress president Rahul Gandhi said demonetisation is “unique in the history of our tragedies because it was a self-inflicted, suicidal attack that destroyed millions of lives and ruined thousands of India’s small businesses”.
While Congress chief Rahul Gandhi castigated the Narendra Modi-led BJP government stating that the note ban exercise cost 1.5 million jobs and 1 per cent of India’s GDP, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley staunchly defended the move saying there was a spike in the number of taxpayers.
On the second anniversary of demonetisation, Rahul Gandhi said that there was nothing innocent about this “scam” and claimed that drawing any other meaning out of it was an insult to the intelligence of the nation.