Stalin asks how Modi can save India when he failed to protect Rafale papers

Chennai: Reacting to the Centre government’s assertion that Rafale documents have been stolen from the Defence Ministry, DMK president M K Stalin yesterday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi would protect the country when mere documents could not be safeguarded.

This is why the Opposition had joined hands as a mega coalition against the BJP, Stalin said while speaking to reporters.

The BJP-led Central government had made submission in the Supreme Court that documents related to the Rafale aircraft deal have been stolen from the Defence Ministry.

On the DMDK’s war of words with his party Treasurer Durai Murugan and its criticism of his party, Stalin said he did not want to waste time over such issues.

NT Bureau