Now Congress President Rahul Gandhi has declared that he is ready to become Prime Minister of India. Any Indian citizen can dream for the topmost jobs – Prime Minister of India or the President. But Rahul Gandhi’s is an interesting case – he has not been cleared for holding a British Citizenship, which he himself declared in his hidden London firm Backops Limited. Rahul Gandhi’s secret British Citizenship was exposed by BJP leader Subramanian Swamy and the matter is currently pending with Lok Sabha’s Ethics Committee.
Rahul Gandhi never replied to Lok Sabha’s Ethics Committee that why he declared to British company registry that he is a British citizen till 2009.
As per the documents produced by Swamy, Rahul himself declared to the British company registry Companies House that he is a British Citizen living at 51 Southgate Street, Winchester, Hampshire SO23 9EH (see page 8 in the document attached in Reference). In other records filed by Rahul, where he has 66 percent shares, he declared another residential address in London, again claiming to be a British Citizen. The second address is 2, Frognal way in London. All these documents were filed by the major shareholder Rahul Gandhi, who was then a Member of Parliament (MP) in Lok Sabha.
Clearly, this shows that Rahul fooled both Lok Sabha and British company registry. This secret company was closed down in 2009.
In mid-2017, Swamy has also filed complained to Union Home Ministry to probe into Rahul Gandhi’s secret British Citizenship holding which is illegal for an Indian citizen. As per Indian laws, if any foreign citizenship is acquired, from point forward, Indian citizenship is canceled. Now how can Rahul dream of becoming Indian Prime Minister?
Rahul Gandhi never replied to Lok Sabha’s Ethics Committee that why he declared to British company registry that he is a British citizen till 2009. He only gives an evasive reply that he is an Indian citizen and no one can doubt his Indian citizenship. That is not an answer. He has to reply why he declared himself as a British Citizen to British company registry while he was Lok Sabha MP, which only an Indian citizen can hold the post.
Moreover, Mr. Gandhi, you have to answer who is this Raul Vinci holding an account No: 504664922071640796 at Barclays Bank in London.
Are Rahul Gandhi and Raul Vinci one and the same?
“With this letter, I am enclosing some bank records of the Barclays Bank which shows that on page 5, a Raul Vinci having the same date of birth as that of Rahul Gandhi has been maintaining a current account in Barclays Bank bearing No: 504664922071640796.”
“The name ‘Raul Vinci’ is widely used by Rahul Gandhi while traveling abroad claiming that it was necessary for security purpose. In fact, he enrolled in Development Studies at the University of Cambridge in the UK under the same name,” said Swamy in his complaint to Home Ministry and Enforcement Directorate.
This bank account was opened in July 18, 1996 and closed on December 10, 2014, six months after BJP came to power. As per the documents submitted by Subramanian Swamy, this Raul Vinci’s address is 2 Frognal way in London – the same address as that of British citizen Rahul Gandhi in the British Company Register (Companies House). Moreover this Raul Vinci and Rahul Gandhi have the exact same date of birth – June 19, 1970!
So Mr. Rahul Gandhi, before dreaming of becoming India’s Prime Minister you have to answer your secret British Citizenship and why you operated a foreign bank account in the name of Raul Vinci.
 Subramanian Swamy urges Home Ministry to probe into Rahul Gandhi’s secret British Citizenship – Sep 21, 2017, PGurus.com
 Subramanian Swamy urges Home Ministry to probe into Rahul Gandhi’s secret British citizenship – Sep 21, 2017, PGurus.com
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