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Rahul Gandhi questions PM Modi in’Modani exposed’ tweet | Latest News India

On Tuesday, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi took to Twitter to question Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the ‘Modani exposed’ tweet. The tweet was in response to a news report that alleged that the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) had intervened to help a private company, Modani, in a dispute with the government.

The news report, which was published in The Indian Express, claimed that the PMO had asked the Ministry of Corporate Affairs to resolve the dispute between Modani and the government. The report also alleged that the PMO had asked the ministry to take a lenient view of the company’s alleged violations.

In his tweet, Rahul Gandhi asked the Prime Minister to explain why his office had intervened in the dispute. He also asked why the government had taken a lenient view of the company’s alleged violations.

The tweet has sparked a debate in the country, with many people questioning the role of the PMO in the dispute. The government has denied any involvement in the matter and has said that the PMO had only asked the ministry to look into the matter.

The controversy has also raised questions about the government’s commitment to transparency and accountability. Many have argued that the government should be more transparent in its dealings with private companies.

The incident has also highlighted the need for greater oversight of the government’s dealings with private companies. It has also raised questions about the government’s commitment to protecting the interests of the public.

The incident has also sparked a debate about the role of the PMO in the country. Many have argued that the PMO should not be involved in the affairs of private companies. Others have argued that the PMO should be more involved in the affairs of private companies in order to ensure that the interests of the public are protected.

The incident has also raised questions about the government’s commitment to protecting the interests of the public. Many have argued that the government should be more transparent in its dealings with private companies.

The incident has also highlighted the need for greater oversight of the government’s dealings with private companies. It has also raised questions about the government’s commitment to protecting the interests of the public.

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