Rahul Gandhi Used To Be Afraid Of Me, Now He Fears My Son: Himanta Biswa Sarma


'Rahul Gandhi Fears My Son': Himanta Sarma On Congress's Big Charge

Himanta Sarma stated Rahul Gandhi has began to worry his son who’s a pupil. (File)


Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Sunday asserted that his former colleague and Congress chief Rahul Gandhi was once afraid of him, and now he has began to worry his son.

Mr Sarma additionally termed the Congress searching for a probe into his household companies as Mr Gandhi’s “bachpana” (childishness).

“Earlier, Rahul Gandhi used to afraid of me, now he has began to worry my son who’s a pupil. My son is not going to enter politics, then why is he (Rahul Gandhi) afraid of him,” he informed reporters.

The Congress yesterday wrote to the CBI director, urging him to probe the companies associated to Chief Minister’s household.

The Gandhi vs Sarma verbal duel started Friday with the Congress chief terming his former colleague the “most corrupt chief minister” within the nation who might “educate corruption” to different BJP chief ministers.

Talking at a rally throughout the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra, he additionally alleged that Mr Sarma’s household – together with his son – have been engaged in corruption.

The Chief Minister hit again and stated nobody could be extra corrupt than the Gandhi household.

The Congress yatra, which started mid-January from Manipur, is at present passing by means of Assam.