Now Kejriwal writes to Rahul Gandhi on Reliance gas price


RA-KENew Delhi, Feb 24: Once a letter to the BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, Aam Admi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal has shot a similar letter to Congress party vice chairman Rahul Gandhi on the hike in gas costs for Reliance Industries.

In the missive free to the media, Kejriwal alleged that Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Induries had already secured the next worth of over $4 per unit for gas by exploitation questionable means that, as against {the cost|the value|the worth} of $1 per and an united price of $2.3 per unit.

Now, the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government has decided to hike it any to $8 per unit and it’s believed it’ll lead to an undue benefit of Rs.54,000 crore to Reliance Industries — as critical a budget of Rs.40,000 crore for Delhi.

“Panic can unfold among the country from Apr 1,” Kejriwal said, adding that the value of cooking gas, transportation and fertilisers can all go up, leading to higher food costs and an rising prices.

“Why are you and Modi quite on this issue,” he queried.

“People are wondering on why gas costs were doubled simply a few months before the final elections,” he said, asking if the Congress party in any means was being funded by, or getting using favours from, Mukesh Ambani. “If so, what’s that/”

He said once the anti-corrruption wing of Delhi filed a filed a case against Ambani once the Aam Admi Party government was in power, senior leaders of each the Congress and BJP raised objections. “Do the 2 parties have such bonding with Mukesh Ambani?”

Kejriwal said he was creating the letter public since it involved the common voters. Also, whereas Rahul Gandhi might select to not reply to it, if he makes his views on these matters public, it’ll take away people’s doubts.