National Herald case: Subramanian Swamy rejects Congress' vendetta claim; says 100% sure Sonia, Rahul Gandhi going to jail
Swamy rejected Congress' claim that the case is political vendetta coming out of PMO.
New Delhi: Senior BJP leader and Subramanian Swamy reiterated on Wednesday that Congress president and vice president Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi will go to jail in National Herald case and that he is 100 percent confident about it.
In an interview to India Today, Swamy rejected Congress' claim that the case is political vendetta coming out of PMO.
“I never briefed PMO, govt or BJP about the case. BJP knows less about the law than I do. So what can they do. When I fought the 2G case, I was not even the BJP member. I know law. Most of them are my juniors, I can't brief them,” Swamy stated in the interview.
He further added that he doesn't need support of anyone to fight this case.
"BJP knows less about the law than I do. So what can they do.
The firebrand leader, in another statement, called Congress leader P Chidamabaram 'a sub-standard lawyer'
“I don't know how you see him, but for me Chidamabaram is a sub-standard lawyer,” he said.
Meanwhile, Swamy on his Twitter handle wrote that after December 19 he will fire more NH (presumably to be National Herald) missiles.
After 19 th I will fire more NH missiles which will blow up Congi citadel
— Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) December 9, 2015
Yesterday, talking to CNN-IBN, Swamy had launched a scathing attack at Sonia, stating she behaves like a 'coward' whenever there is crisis in the country.
He had claimed that Sonia had abandoned India when a war broke out between India and Pakistan in 1971.