New Delhi: Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting Anurag Singh Thakur on Saturday said that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi should apologise to the Parliament for speaking against the country and the Parliament.
Addressing a press conference in Kochi today, the Minister said spreading lies about Parliament and India is not in good taste. The Congress leader should come to the Parliament and apologise to fellow Parliamentarians, Speaker and the nation.
He pointed out that some members have issued privilege notices in view of the development.
Mr Thakur said allegations of corruption have been levelled against the top leadership of the ruling LDF in Kerala. He said there was corruption in awarding the tender to a company to deal with waste management at Brahmapuram in Kochi, which saw the fire raging for nearly 12 days recently.
The minister urged the state government to come out with details of those who benefitted from the award of the contract.