What India Thinks Today: Smriti Irani slams Rahul Gandhi, says – Those who are upset do not openly go to Khan Bazar

What India Think Today: In TV9’s Global Summit ‘What India Think Today’, Union Minister Smriti Irani targeted Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. Smriti Irani had leveled several allegations against Rahul Gandhi, who is facing ED questioning in the National Herald case. “An atmosphere is being created where they are being harassed. But the people who are […]
 


What India Thinks Today: Smriti Irani slams Rahul Gandhi, says – Those who are upset do not openly go to Khan Bazar

What India Think Today: In TV9’s Global Summit ‘What India Think Today’, Union Minister Smriti Irani targeted Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. Smriti Irani had leveled several allegations against Rahul Gandhi, who is facing ED questioning in the National Herald case. “An atmosphere is being created where they are being harassed. But the people who are being harassed should take a walk in Khan Market? Or does he not pay attention when you ask him to do something? It doesn’t even burn tires outside the Enforcement Directorate (ED) office.

Taking a dig at the Congress, Irani asked what game they would play. We never left the chessboard to play any game. Politics is not a game. Smriti Irani took a jibe at Rahul Gandhi and said, “If the police call us, will we say that I am busy today?” That’s why I can’t come. Do we ask our acquaintances to throw stones at our investigative agencies? Investigating agencies are doing their job.

Union minister targeted Satyendra Jain

The Union Minister also attacked Delhi Minister Satyendar Jain, who is facing money laundering charges. Taking a jibe at Satyendra Jain, he said, “When I did the PC (press conference), his memory was lost. When I asked the question, the collar of a policeman in South India was caught. Tires were blown up outside the ED office in Delhi.

Government has taken concrete steps for the safety of women – Irani

Meanwhile, when asked about the steps taken by the government on women’s safety, Smriti Irani said, “Modi government has taken many stringent steps for the safety of women. All police stations across India have women’s desks. They are getting full money from the government. There are one stop centers in 90% of the districts. More than 700 fast track courts are functioning with funds provided by the central government. But the government never mentions it.

Smriti Irani further said, ‘BJP government has made women the owners of property. Many researches have shown that violence against women does not stop even after earning. Even then there was violence against him. However, when women start owning property, violence against them decreases significantly.