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Rahul, Congress in deep trouble
Citizenship row
5/3/2019 12:11:59 AM
Early Times Report

jammu, May 2: After receiving a show cause notice from the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) for secret British Citizenship on Tuesday, the political career of AICC president Rahul Gandhi is in danger. He and his mother Sonia Gandhi were moving heaven and earth to avoid action from the Home Ministry, which is the custodian of citizenship-related issues. Rahul Gandhi is yet to utter a word on this subject, since the time the BJP leader, Subramanian Swamy, exposed his allegedly secret self-declared British citizenship from 2004 to 2009 to the United Kingdom (UK)'s Company Registry in mid-November 2015.
He also declared the two London addresses in the documents of the Company Registry in his secret firm Backops Limited. Rahul Gandhi was, in fact, keeping in the dark both the Indian and UK Governments as he was a Member of Parliament in India from May 2004, where he never declared this British firm's details or his London based addresses. Apart from this, the grave error was holding the secret British Citizenship, which automatically cancels his Indian Citizenship.
Knowing the importance of the grave violation committed by her son, Sonia Gandhi rushed to meet the Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on the same evening when Swamy conducted the press conference and disclosed Rahul's hidden secret citizenship in mid-November 2015. Knowing Swamy very well, Sonia knew that Swamy would file a complaint with the Speaker of Lok Sabha for the cancellation of Rahul's Membership.
Sumitra Mahajan, within hours, asked the Ethics Committee headed by Lal Krishna Advani to probe the matter. The BJP leader was seen showing a marked reluctance to look into it. But due to the persistence of BJP's Arjun Meghwal, a senior member in the Ethics Committee, notice was served on Rahul Gandhi. Rahul evaded all the questions on the self-declaration of British Citizenship in the UK Company Registry and gave an evasive answer that "none can doubt his Indian Origin."
Then Advani went silent. He was supposed to summon Rahul Gandhi and question him and refer the matter to the MHA. Due to the delay from Advani, Swamy directly complained to the MHA on September 2017 and now notice has finally been issued, after 19 months.
It is a known fact that several cross-party unholy relations were employed in this sensitive case and that is the reason for the 19-month delay from the MHA. Rahul has reportedly four passports, two Indian, one British and an Italian. In 1994, under Sonia Gandhi's "pressure", External Affairs Ministry was "forced to issue an illegal passport under the name Raul Vinci and Rahul Gandhi used this passport to get admission in Cambridge University and that is why his certificate bears the curious name of Raul Vinci".
These documents show that Rahul Gandhi is hiding the vital information from Indians and now he and his family's dream of becoming the Prime Minister of India by hook or crook lay shattered. The coming days will see the saga of Rahul Gandhi and his secret British Citizenship and his other illegalities play out.
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