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How Rahul's fight for flat owners will backfire in many ways?


New Delhi, May 2: Rahul Gandhi does not have any idea how his support for aspiring flat owners against the Modi government's recently approved Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill may backfire.

In a press meet today, he said "land acquisition can be observed in many forms in the society. If I can fight for the farmers' rights, I can also fight for the flat buyers who have not yet got the possession of their flats on time."

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According to sources, Gandhi will meet at AICC, a delegation of people who had booked residential flats in and around NCR and are facing problems with the possession.

Rahul Gandhi has agreed to meet the delegating of aspiring flat owners from the middle class as well those who have got possession of their flats after they communicated to him the various problems in the NDA's Real Estate (Regulation and Development Bill), including how it could help the builders further delaying the projects and shifting the money collected from the people for a particular project to other projects. He would give them a patient hearing on Saturday," said a Congress leader.

Raised eyebrows

The statement has raised many eyebrows as experts believe that this will open a whole new angle to the Vadra's DLF scams, pulling up a fight between the Vadras and the Gandhis. The fact that the UPA government was ridden with controversies, especially relating the DLF scandals involving the Gandhi's very own son-in-law Rovert Vadra, will not escape the NDA government.

Rahul surely will be lambasted for his audacity in framing allegations against the present government when his own government did no less in marring the hopes of many. Ro remind the readers of the DLF-Robert Vadra controversy, Vadra is alleged to have falsified documents for the 5.3 acres of plot of land Shiksohpur village if Gurgaon, Haryana.

Indeed, Rahul Gandhi has to do a lot of answering.

Risk if irking Vadra

While answering these questions, Rahul may run the risk of irking his brother-in-law's ire, which may effect the family equations betweem the Vadras and the Gandhis, in turning damaging the relation that the youth scion-Priyanka Gandhi may have with her family.

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