BJP moving with caution on raising Vadra issue

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  1. SHASH2K2

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    NEW DELHI: BJP is moving cautiously on articulating its position on reports about business interests of Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, with sharp divisions within the party on how to approach the issue.

    Those arguing for restraint are pointing to the need for more "verification" of details on Vadra's quiet expansion into real estate, hotel and aircraft leasing businesses. There is also a view that BJP should not target "family members" of the Congress leadership.

    Differences were evident at a meeting of BJP leaders in Parliament on Wednesday with some leaders advocating caution while some others felt Congress could be asked some questions on Vadra's activities. Leader of Opposition in the Lok Saba Sushma Swaraj felt it would not be good form to target family members of political rivals.

    The argument that political battles would get out of hand if they got "personal" is likely to be tested with Vadra's sudden progress as an entrepreneur dominating talk in Parliament corridors in both Congress and BJP circles.

    BJP chief Nitin Gadkari is keen on weighing evidence carefully as it is believed he does not want the party to shoot a bolt without being sure of hitting home. The main opposition is expected to discuss the matter further over the next couple of days.
     
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    Same rule is applied by gangs. They never attack families of the rival gangs.
     
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    SLASH, what happened to the Bofors case? Any of the Dynasty member gone behind bars?

    It will be much sensitive case if someone go head on against Robert Vadra. But the amount of the entire case will be much less.

    Say few hundred crores and it will be much more hard to prove any wrongdoing in it.

    On the other hand there are much more important and big ticket scams are already handy to chew.

    They are really huge and do have it's own effect and importance in nation's politics.

    Now which one you prefer, more sensitive case or much more important case.....!

    Obviously BJP won't like the main and much important issues get derailed with the help of more sensitive case which is hard to prove, specially in India and bcz of Indian notorious bureaucracy.

    Then also BJP said something.....

    Robert Vadra should put forward 'concrete clarification': BJP - Economic Times

    BTW, what happened all of sudden the paid media gone all way against the Dynasty.....!

    I wonder how media start asking BJP, that why they didn't raise these issues against the Dynasty in past, at the same time they don't ask a single word to the Dynasty members that why they stay away from public debates?
     
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    SLASH, what happened to the Bofors case? Any of the Dynasty member gone behind bars?

    It will be much sensitive case if someone go head on against Robert Vadra. But the amount of the entire case will be much less.

    Say few hundred crores and it will be much more hard to prove any wrongdoing in it.

    On the other hand there are much more important and big ticket scams are already handy to chew.

    They are really huge and do have it's own effect and importance in nation's politics.

    Now which one you prefer, more sensitive case or much more important case.....!

    Obviously BJP won't like the main and much important issues get derailed with the help of more sensitive case which is hard to prove, specially in India and bcz of Indian notorious bureaucracy.

    Then also BJP said something.....

    Robert Vadra should put forward 'concrete clarification': BJP - Economic Times

    BTW, what happened all of sudden the paid media gone all way against the Dynasty.....!

    I wonder how media start asking BJP, that why they didn't raise these issues against the Dynasty in past, at the same time they don't ask a single word to the Dynasty members that why they stay away from public debates?
     

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