Govt asks Rahul Gandhi to illuminate nationality after Subramanian Swamy raises the issue
New Delhi: The Home Ministry has served a notice to Congress President Rahul Gandhi, requesting that he elucidate inside a fortnight his ‘truthful position’ on a grumbling scrutinizing his citizenship status.
In a letter, the Home Ministry said it has gotten a portrayal from BJP MP Subramanian Swamy in which it has been drawn out that an organization named Backups Limited was enlisted in the United Kingdom in 2003 with Rahul as one of its executives.
The Home Ministry said Swamy’s letter additionally referenced that in the British organization’s yearly profits petitioned for October 10, 2005, and October 31, 2006, Rahul’s date of birth has been given as June 19, 1970, and had proclaimed his nationality as British.
‘Further, in the disintegration application dated February 17, 2009, of the above-alluded organization, your nationality has been referenced as British. You are mentioned to hint the accurate position in the issue to this Ministry inside a fortnight of the receipt of this correspondence,’ the Home Ministry see issued Monday said.
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