Ambika Soni takes Smriti Irani’s head on and accuse Vasundra Raje for shielding Lalit Modi



Former Union Minister and AICC General Secretary Ms Ambika Soni has taken Union Human Resource and Education Minister Samriti Irani head on and also accused Rajasthan Chief Minister Ms. Vasundra Raje for shielding former IPL commissioner Mr. Lalit Modi as who was addressing a rally on the completion of two and half years of Congress government in Himachal at Indira Gandhi Stadium of Una today.

Ms Soni launched a scathing attack on BJP ruled states as well as on Union Human Resource and Education Minister on submitting wrong information about her education qualifications while filling subsequent elections papers.

She alleged further that Chief Minister Smt. Vasundra Raje was shielding Mr. Lalit Modi on the corruption case and she had lost the right to occupy the chair as her own degree was in controversy because of her wrong educational qualification affidavits that she had submitted.

Stepping up attack against Mrs. Irani, she stressed for her resignation or else Prime Minister should remove her as she has lost the right to remain a Minister. Declaring NDA government as anti- farmer, Smt. Ambika Soni also said that UPA strictly oppose the introduction of Land Acquisition bill and will fight against it united throughout length and breadth of the country.

She said that NDA lured the people before the general elections of implementing one-rank, one-pension but nothing material has been done  so far. Rahul Gandhi has raised his voice and has strongly advocated for implementing one-rank, one-pension scheme and for that we will fully pressurize NDA to introduce it in the best interest of the ex-servicemen.

Ms. Soni said that NDA had cut the subsidy on LPG refills there by playing with the sentiments of people. Besides NDA had also proposed cuts in financial assistance under various subsidy components in health and education sector which will have everlasting effects on the common man.

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