Rajnath Singh rebuffs Rahul’s remark on Naga accord

New Delhi, Mar. 2 (ANI): Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday rebutted Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s remarks on Naga accord in the lower house, describing it ‘completely false and baseless’.

“Shri Rahul Gandhi’s statement on Naga Peace accord in Lok Sabha today is completely false and baseless. I had several rounds of consultations with the PM on Naga peace process. I strongly condemn Shri Rahul Gandhi’s attempt to mislead the House,” Singh tweeted.

Gandhi while participating on the discussion on the motion of thanks to the President on his address to the joint sitting of parliament’s two houses, attacked the Prime Minister for his claims on the Naga accord.

“The Prime Minister told the Congress president that he has solved the Nagaland problem and signed a historic accord. The Congress president asked us to check what happened because none of our Chief Ministers mentioned anything about the Naga accord,” he said.

“Our North East Chief Ministers were stunned. They had not heard a word about any accord. What had the government signed? Where is Naga accord now? It’s gone with the wind. Bye Bye accord,” he said. (ANI)

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