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In a tweet some hours ago, Rahul had demanded the resignation of Goyal, accusing him of being involved in the Rs 48 crore Flashnet scam, which he said is about “deceit, conflict of interest and greed”.
Gandhi also used a picture along with his tweet, alleging that Goyal sold his stock of Flashnet Info Solutions to Piramal group, which has interests in the power sector, at 1,000 times the face value.
Piyush Goyal’s, 48 CR. #FlashNet Scam is about deceit, conflict of interest and greed. The evidence is on the table… https://t.co/mPBFt0EqJ7
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) 1525150430000
He claimed this had happened when Goyal was the minister of state for power.
Goyal, in turn, responding to the charge in two tweets — one in which he attacked Congress leader P Chidambaram and his son Karti, and the other in which Rahul Gandhi was the target.
The railway minister declared his professional qualifications — a professional chartered accountant and an investment banker — and then quoted from the PM’s speech in Karnataka, tweeting, “Unlike you Mr Rahul Gandhi, I have not learnt well the art of living without working. I am also a kaamdaar, and not a naamdaar.”
I am a law topper, CA 2nd rank all over India, professional Chartered Accountant & investment banker and therefore… https://t.co/Y88iHJntSv
— Piyush Goyal (@PiyushGoyal) 1525161677000
Till 26th May 2014, before I became a Minister, I was a professional Chartered Accountant & investment banker. Unli… https://t.co/qaYYmiYb0v
— Piyush Goyal (@PiyushGoyal) 1525161721000
While launching his campaign offensive in Karnataka today. PM Modi had torn into the Congress party scion on several issues, although he did not once directly mention him by name. “The Congress president is a naamdaar, so how does he know about the efforts of kaamdaars,” the PM said, bringing up the reference several times in his speech.
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