SC petition helps BJP resurrect Cong’s China ‘link’

New Delhi(DL), August 7 : The BJP taken a dig in the Congress on Fri., after the Supreme Court questioned just how a political party entered into an settlement with China. This even though the apex court declined to entertain a appeal for a probe into a 2008 pact between the Congress & the Communist Party of China (CPC).

The BJP lashed out in the congress party & the Gandhis, once again on Fri. in the evening, after the Supreme Court inquired, “Just how could a political party enter into an settlement with China?”

“The Congress party goes & signs an settlement in China & in it, the party states that all this important bilateral, local & Intl. topics going to be exchanged. Actually, it’s surprising,” stated BJP Spokesman Sambit Patra, throughout a media interaction.

The attack by this BJP had come right after a Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice S.A. Bobde stated, it never heard of a foreign govt signing an settlement with a political party of the other nation.

The Apex court has been hearing a PIL seeking Domestic Inquiry Agency (NIA)/CBI probe into the 2008 settlement between Indian Domestic Congress (INC) & the Communist Party of China (CPC) for exchanging top level info & for cooperation between them under Unlawful Operations (Prevention) Act, 1967.

Although the top court declined to entertain the PIL, its observation has been fodder sufficient for the BJP to mount a new attack in the grand old party.

Patra stated, “The deal has been succeeded by the Olympics in Beijing. Although the afterwards PM of India(In) didn’t participate, however Sonia Gandhi went there as a VVIP.”

Patra also raked up Rahul Gandhi’s debatable gathering with the Chinese envoy during this Doklam stand-off.

Previously, the petitioner argued that in spite of having a hostile relation with China, the Congress had signed an settlement when it has been leading the coalition govt & hidden the facts & information of the settlement.

Creating the majority of the development (devt), a little in front of the BJP’s complete frontal press conference, party President JP Nadda tweeted, “Does this clarify donations to RGF & opening of Indian market for the Chinese in repatriate, that effected Indian companies?”

The legal petition in query that sparked off a political storm pertains to an settlement signed during this UPA regime on Aug 7, 2008, between INC & the CPC in Beijing for exchanging top level info & co-operation between them.

“The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) also given the 2 parties with the “chance to consult every different on important bilateral, local & Intl. developments,” stated the plea.