Yet again! Rahul Gandhi alleges Narendra Modi took Rs 40 crore from Sahara

After claiming to have information about PM Modi's "personal corruption" Rahul Gandhi today claimed that he has taken Rs 40 crore from Sahara.

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi unleashed a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that he has received an amount of Rs 40 crore from the Sahara before he became the Prime Minister.

He further claimed that the Prime Minister had accepted cash illegally when he was serving as the Chief Minister of Gujarat. He backed this claim saying that the Income tax department seized a number of documents proving financial transactions taken place between Sahara and PM Modi when the IT raided Sahara back in November 2014.

“According to the IT’s record, Rs 2.5 crore was given to PM Modi on 30 October 2013,Rs 5 crore on 12 November 2013,Rs 2.5 crore on 27 November 2013,Rs 5 crore on 29 November 2013. Entries showed Rs 5 crore was given to PM Modi on 6 December 2013,Rs 5 crore on 19 December 2013, Rs 5 crore on 13 January 2014, Rs 5 crore on 28 January 2014, Rs 5 crore 22 February 2014,” Rahul Gandhi said while addressing a rally in Mehsana.

Gandhi went on to claim that the Prime Minister did not allow the Congress Vice President to speak in the parliament and even alleged that the PM would not want to  “stand” in front of him.

Reiterating his words that the Prime Minister wanted to waive off the loans of the “rich” Gandhi said that the it was the Prime Minister objective to stock the money of the poor while waiving the loans of the affluent.

Few days back Rahul Gandhi had claimed to have information regarding personal corruption done by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said that Modi is scared of him and doesn’t want to face questions in Parliament.  To that he added “The Prime Minister is terrified at the prospect of I being allowed to speak in Lok Sabha” .