Calling Congress a "history-sheeter" in levelling false allegations, BJP said that the opposition party had no moral right to talk of graft as its "top leaders were embroiled in corruption" and alleged that it was trying to again stall Parliament during the upcoming Budget session.
BJP asserted land allotments made in Gujarat during Modi's chief ministership were done as per law and through a transparent three-tier evaluation process.
"Congress is a history-sheeter in making false charges as it has a policy of shoot and scoot and has not been able to prove any charges against this government. The anti-poor and anti-development Congress is, in fact, unable to digest the progress made by the NDA government led by Modi and is thus trying to tarnish its image and stall the nation's development," BJP national secretary Shrikant Sharma alleged.

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