Tweet by Congress shows Sheila Dikshit's name in Sahara's list

In the list posted by the Congress, it inadvertently also showed its Uttar Pradesh chief ministerial candidate Sheila Dikshit as a recipient of Rs 1 crore as the Delhi Chief Minister.

Tweet by Congress shows Sheila Dikshit

Amid the growing political accusations, Congress Vice President had accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of receiving bribe during his tenure as Gujarat Chief Minister. The congress official twitter handle posted a picture of the document which is the base of this claim, but it appears that they harmed themselves while trying to harm the PM.

In the list posted by the Congress, it inadvertently also showed its Uttar Pradesh chief ministerial candidate Sheila Dikshit as a recipient of Rs 1 crore as the Delhi Chief Minister.






The overenthusiastic Congressmen  while providing their "proof" of Modi receiving Rs 40 crore in kickbacks from Sahara, showcased their own leader.



The list featurd several other chief ministers as the recipient of money from the Sahara group in the list.

The record showed that Rs 1 crore in cash was was given to the Delhi Chief Minister on September 23, 2013 in Delhi. Dikshit was the CM of Delhi until December 2013.

According to the list posted by Congress, on September 29 and October 1, 2013, Rs 5 crore each was given to Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister in Bhopal. Shivraj Singh Chouhan was the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister then.

It is also stated that on October 1, 2013, Rs 4-crore cash was given to Chhattisgarh Chief Minister in Delhi. Raman Singh was the Chief Minister of the state then.

According to the list, cash worth 15 crore was given to one Arun Jain of “BJP office” in three instalments in February 2014.

It further stated that Shaina NC of the BJP was given Rs 5 crore in four instalments — thrice in September 2013 and once in January next year.

When Gandhi told the dates when Modi allegedly received money from the Sahara Group (Rs 5 crore 7 times and Rs 2.5 crore twice), Gandhi had said, “The Income-Tax Department has this record from the Sahara Group’s diary for the last two-and-a-half years and has recommended an inquiry.

According to Gandhi, the kickbacks became known after an Income-Tax Department raid on November 22, 2014 on the Sahara group, when their records were seized, he said.

“These are all in records of the Income Tax Department,” Gandhi said.