New Delhi: Union Minister of Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Friday took a dig at Congress president Rahul Gandhi by calling him a “scandal guru” who only sees scandals. Speaking to news agency ANI, Naqvi said a guru of scandals can only see a scandal and not the development and progress of the country.

“Jis vyakti ka Pappu se lekar Gappu tak ka safar jhooth ka jhunjhuna lekar ke shuru hua ho, woh isi tarah ki behki-behki, besuri aur behuda baatein karega,” MA Naqvi said, adding, “Ghotale ke guru ghantalon ko har time ghotala hi nazar aayega, desh ka vikas, pragati aur sushasan nahi.”

This is not the first time Naqvi has poked fun at the Congress President. Soon after the Congress party announced that it would be hosting an Iftar party, the Union Minister it is only being done for political gains. Last year, Naqvi had criticised Rahul, saying “not a good politician, but he has become a good mimicry artist”.

“Rahul Gandhi has not been able to become a good politician, but he has become a good mimicry artist,” Naqvi told ANI. “The Congress has no discipline, rules or policies, and the mimicry artist, on the other hand, was trying to show people the lollipop of laughter and asking for votes,” he said.

Rahul Gandhi attacks PM Modi over Rafale Deal

Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Friday took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking him to tell Anil Ambani “there’s a big problem in France” after a leading website revealed that Anil Ambani’s Reliance Entertainment had made a deal to produce a film with Hollande’s partner and actor Julie Gayet two days before India signed a Memorandum of Understanding in 2016 with France.

“Globalised corruption. This #Rafale aircraft really does fly far and fast! It’s also going to drop some big bunker buster bombs in the next couple of weeks. Modi Ji, please tell Anil, there is a big problem in France,” the Congress President said.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday again hit back at Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley saying that the government was “scared to face people” and had refused a Joint Parliamentary Committee on the Rafale fighter jet deal.

“Dear Jaitley, I guess your boss (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) refused to hold a JPC on the great Rafale robbery? Too much to hide, too scared to face the people, I suppose…” Gandhi said in a tweet. Gandhi’s remarks came soon after Jaitley attacked him over the deal.