New Delhi: After accusing the government of not allowing him to speak in Parliament on demonetisation, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said he wanted to speak on a lot of issues and it was to be seen if the government allows it.
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi is afraid that if he lets me speak his bubble will burst. I have some personal information on Modiji and I want to speak in Lok Sabha about it, but I am not being allowed to speak” Rahul said.
“I have come here to speak. Let’s see if the government allows me to speak,” he told reporters outside the Parliament. Gandhi had on Friday last said his party wants debate on demonetisation so that the truth can come to the fore, but the government is running away from it.
The Congress leader had said that when he gets a chance to speak about demonetisation in the House, “the Prime Minister will not be able to even sit there… Demonetisation is the biggest scam in the history of India… I want to speak in Lok Sabha. I will tell everything there.”
The Winter Session of Parliament resumed today after a four-day hiatus. It has seen little transaction of any substantial business due to ruckus over demonetisation and other issues.