If Congress is left with any morality then Himachal CM Virbhadra Singh should be asked to resign immediately says BJP National General Secretary Bhupendra Yadav.
After the Delhi High Court's order in the matter of corruption allegation and DA against Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh, the BJP today hit hard at the Congress.
BJP national general secretary Bhupendra Yadav said that lack of ethics in the Congress and the influence of corruption has increased so much that even after the decision of the Delhi High Court, the Congress is silent on this issue.
If the Congress is left with any morality, then Virbhadra Singh should be asked to reisgn immediately.
Yadav said that the investigation done by the CBI shows that the Himachal CM had shown in his accounts that profit from his apple orchards in 2008-09 and 2010-11 was more than Rs 6 crore and what is funny is that apples worth Rs 6 crores were sold on two wheelers, whereas the profit in the preceding and subsequent years was zero.
Virbhadra Singh had filed a case in the Delhi High Court against the CBI but the court dismissed his case.
Commenting on the court order, the BJP leader said that the court has made it clear that there is no political vindictiveness in this case.
Yadav added that one can notice that fake entries have been made in the illegal contracts. The cuttings done on stamp paper register clearly proves that the entries were done at later dates.
Calling Virbhadra Singh as symbol of compromise of the Congress with corruption, Yadav said that it is against the dignity of public life that he remains the CM of Himachal Pradesh.
The Congress hit back at the BJP and said that Virbhadra is a major irritant in the eyes of the party.
Congress leader Rashid Alvi asked if Vyapam was not a corruption case? Did Vasundhra Raje not help Lalit Modi? What did Sushma Swaraj do? There cannot be two ways to look at corruption cases.