Modi breaks silence over Vadra, taunts Congress
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Breaking his silence on the allegations against Congress chief Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra, Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday took a swipe at the Congress, saying while the entire Cabinet rushed to defend Vadra, no one came to the rescue of the party's Porbandar MP who was caught on camera brandishing a gun at a toll plaza.
The Chief Minister was addressing rallies at Dwarka in Jamnagar district and Una in Junagadh district.
"The entire Manmohan Singh government rushed to the rescue of son-in-law of one family... but when there is a terrorist attack, only their spokesperson speaks. Yesterday, one of their MPs created a ruckus brandishing a gun, but no one from the Congress came to his help," Modi said.
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