Sonia ‘not afraid’ of Agusta inquiry
New Delhi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday said she was “not afraid” of any inquiry into the Agusta Westland chopper deal.
“We have nothing to hide. Let them (government) take my name, I am not afraid of anyone,” Gandhi told the media here.
She said any investigation must get over as soon as possible so that the facts are out.
“The allegations are baseless. The truth will come out soon. It is part of their (BJP’s) character assassination strategy.”
She asked why the Narendra Modi government did not investigate the deal in the last two years since they came to power.