Congress Alleges ₹ 4,600 Crore Scam For "Few Big Millers" Under BJP

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Publish Date : 2022-04-28 00:00:00


Congress Alleges ₹ 4,600 Crore Scam For "Few Big Millers" Under BJP

New Delhi: The Congress on Thursday alleged a ₹ 4,600-crore food scam which, it said, has exposed the "real face" of the Narendra Modi government as the party demanded a full disclosure as well as punishment for those involved. At a press conference, Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi alleged the government changed the rules of auction in 2018 under a scheme to provide pulses of ₹ 4,600 crore to the poor and the armed forces only to "benefit a few big millers". He claimed the CAG has found how by NAFED "allowed" big millers to "swindle" tonnes of pulses meant for the poor with the conventional auction rules rewritten. "Here is a government which is cheating over food products and allowing crooks to exploit something as basic as pulses. We have to thank Covid as this scam might not be unearthed so easily. "With Covid, there was thought of distributing pulses for free or low cost and it unearthed this scam," Mr Singhvi alleged. The Congress leader claimed it was a "huge scam". "I don't think the facts are out before us. I don't think that this is possibly even a part of the iceberg. We call upon the government to make a full disclosure immediately," he said.

New Delhi: The Congress on Thursday alleged a ₹ 4,600-crore food scam which, it said, has exposed the "real face" of the Narendra Modi government as the party demanded a full disclosure as well as punishment for those involved. At a press conference, Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi alleged the government changed the rules of auction in 2018 under a scheme to provide pulses of ₹ 4,600 crore to the poor and the armed forces only to "benefit a few big millers". He claimed the CAG has found how by NAFED "allowed" big millers to "swindle" tonnes of pulses meant for the poor with the conventional auction rules rewritten. "Here is a government which is cheating over food products and allowing crooks to exploit something as basic as pulses. We have to thank Covid as this scam might not be unearthed so easily. "With Covid, there was thought of distributing pulses for free or low cost and it unearthed this scam," Mr Singhvi alleged. The Congress leader claimed it was a "huge scam". "I don't think the facts are out before us. I don't think that this is possibly even a part of the iceberg. We call upon the government to make a full disclosure immediately," he said.New Delhi: The Congress on Thursday alleged a ₹ 4,600-crore food scam which, it said, has exposed the "real face" of the Narendra Modi government as the party demanded a full disclosure as well as punishment for those involved. At a press conference, Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi alleged the government changed the rules of auction in 2018 under a scheme to provide pulses of ₹ 4,600 crore to the poor and the armed forces only to "benefit a few big millers". He claimed the CAG has found how by NAFED "allowed" big millers to "swindle" tonnes of pulses meant for the poor with the conventional auction rules rewritten. "Here is a government which is cheating over food products and allowing crooks to exploit something as basic as pulses. We have to thank Covid as this scam might not be unearthed so easily. "With Covid, there was thought of distributing pulses for free or low cost and it unearthed this scam," Mr Singhvi alleged. The Congress leader claimed it was a "huge scam". "I don't think the facts are out before us. I don't think that this is possibly even a part of the iceberg. We call upon the government to make a full disclosure immediately," he said.New Delhi: The Congress on Thursday alleged a ₹ 4,600-crore food scam which, it said, has exposed the "real face" of the Narendra Modi government as the party demanded a full disclosure as well as punishment for those involved. At a press conference, Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi alleged the government changed the rules of auction in 2018 under a scheme to provide pulses of ₹ 4,600 crore to the poor and the armed forces only to "benefit a few big millers". He claimed the CAG has found how by NAFED "allowed" big millers to "swindle" tonnes of pulses meant for the poor with the conventional auction rules rewritten. "Here is a government which is cheating over food products and allowing crooks to exploit something as basic as pulses. We have to thank Covid as this scam might not be unearthed so easily. "With Covid, there was thought of distributing pulses for free or low cost and it unearthed this scam," Mr Singhvi alleged. The Congress leader claimed it was a "huge scam". "I don't think the facts are out before us. I don't think that this is possibly even a part of the iceberg. We call upon the government to make a full disclosure immediately," he said.New Delhi: The Congress on Thursday alleged a ₹ 4,600-crore food scam which, it said, has exposed the "real face" of the Narendra Modi government as the party demanded a full disclosure as well as punishment for those involved. At a press conference, Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi alleged the government changed the rules of auction in 2018 under a scheme to provide pulses of ₹ 4,600 crore to the poor and the armed forces only to "benefit a few big millers". He claimed the CAG has found how by NAFED "allowed" big millers to "swindle" tonnes of pulses meant for the poor with the conventional auction rules rewritten. "Here is a government which is cheating over food products and allowing crooks to exploit something as basic as pulses. We have to thank Covid as this scam might not be unearthed so easily. "With Covid, there was thought of distributing pulses for free or low cost and it unearthed this scam," Mr Singhvi alleged. The Congress leader claimed it was a "huge scam". "I don't think the facts are out before us. I don't think that this is possibly even a part of the iceberg. We call upon the government to make a full disclosure immediately," he said.New Delhi: The Congress on Thursday alleged a ₹ 4,600-crore food scam which, it said, has exposed the "real face" of the Narendra Modi government as the party demanded a full disclosure as well as punishment for those involved. At a press conference, Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi alleged the government changed the rules of auction in 2018 under a scheme to provide pulses of ₹ 4,600 crore to the poor and the armed forces only to "benefit a few big millers". He claimed the CAG has found how by NAFED "allowed" big millers to "swindle" tonnes of pulses meant for the poor with the conventional auction rules rewritten. "Here is a government which is cheating over food products and allowing crooks to exploit something as basic as pulses. We have to thank Covid as this scam might not be unearthed so easily. "With Covid, there was thought of distributing pulses for free or low cost and it unearthed this scam," Mr Singhvi alleged. The Congress leader claimed it was a "huge scam". "I don't think the facts are out before us. I don't think that this is possibly even a part of the iceberg. We call upon the government to make a full disclosure immediately," he said.New Delhi: The Congress on Thursday alleged a ₹ 4,600-crore food scam which, it said, has exposed the "real face" of the Narendra Modi government as the party demanded a full disclosure as well as punishment for those involved. At a press conference, Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi alleged the government changed the rules of auction in 2018 under a scheme to provide pulses of ₹ 4,600 crore to the poor and the armed forces only to "benefit a few big millers". He claimed the CAG has found how by NAFED "allowed" big millers to "swindle" tonnes of pulses meant for the poor with the conventional auction rules rewritten. "Here is a government which is cheating over food products and allowing crooks to exploit something as basic as pulses. We have to thank Covid as this scam might not be unearthed so easily. "With Covid, there was thought of distributing pulses for free or low cost and it unearthed this scam," Mr Singhvi alleged. The Congress leader claimed it was a "huge scam". "I don't think the facts are out before us. I don't think that this is possibly even a part of the iceberg. We call upon the government to make a full disclosure immediately," he said.New Delhi: The Congress on Thursday alleged a ₹ 4,600-crore food scam which, it said, has exposed the "real face" of the Narendra Modi government as the party demanded a full disclosure as well as punishment for those involved. At a press conference, Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi alleged the government changed the rules of auction in 2018 under a scheme to provide pulses of ₹ 4,600 crore to the poor and the armed forces only to "benefit a few big millers". He claimed the CAG has found how by NAFED "allowed" big millers to "swindle" tonnes of pulses meant for the poor with the conventional auction rules rewritten. "Here is a government which is cheating over food products and allowing crooks to exploit something as basic as pulses. We have to thank Covid as this scam might not be unearthed so easily. "With Covid, there was thought of distributing pulses for free or low cost and it unearthed this scam," Mr Singhvi alleged. The Congress leader claimed it was a "huge scam". "I don't think the facts are out before us. I don't think that this is possibly even a part of the iceberg. We call upon the government to make a full disclosure immediately," he said.New Delhi: The Congress on Thursday alleged a ₹ 4,600-crore food scam which, it said, has exposed the "real face" of the Narendra Modi government as the party demanded a full disclosure as well as punishment for those involved. At a press conference, Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi alleged the government changed the rules of auction in 2018 under a scheme to provide pulses of ₹ 4,600 crore to the poor and the armed forces only to "benefit a few big millers". He claimed the CAG has found how by NAFED "allowed" big millers to "swindle" tonnes of pulses meant for the poor with the conventional auction rules rewritten. "Here is a government which is cheating over food products and allowing crooks to exploit something as basic as pulses. We have to thank Covid as this scam might not be unearthed so easily. "With Covid, there was thought of distributing pulses for free or low cost and it unearthed this scam," Mr Singhvi alleged. The Congress leader claimed it was a "huge scam". "I don't think the facts are out before us. I don't think that this is possibly even a part of the iceberg. We call upon the government to make a full disclosure immediately," he said.New Delhi: The Congress on Thursday alleged a ₹ 4,600-crore food scam which, it said, has exposed the "real face" of the Narendra Modi government as the party demanded a full disclosure as well as punishment for those involved. At a press conference, Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi alleged the government changed the rules of auction in 2018 under a scheme to provide pulses of ₹ 4,600 crore to the poor and the armed forces only to "benefit a few big millers". He claimed the CAG has found how by NAFED "allowed" big millers to "swindle" tonnes of pulses meant for the poor with the conventional auction rules rewritten. "Here is a government which is cheating over food products and allowing croo



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