Robert Vadra attacks Subramaniam Swamy, calls him an attention seeker

New Delhi: Congress President Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law, Robert Vadra took to the social media to attack BJP MP Subramaniam Swamy over his recent coat and tie remark on the ministers by saying that Swamy is an attention seeker and a classist.

The attack came down from Vadra today. On his official Facebook account, Vadra wrote, “So is there no dignity in being a Waiter? The attention seeking BJP MP Swamy’s comment “Ministers who wear a coat and tie “look like waiters” and must be instructed to wear Indian clothes. Undermining waiters who work hard for a living; making condescending and derogatory remarks about them is deplorable and classist…”

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This comes a day after Swamy took to Twitter and wrote that the ministers who come dressed in ‘coat and tie’ look like waiters. The attack came down directly on Finance Minister Arun Jaitley who was recently seen wearing suit and a black tie in China.

On the other hand, Swamy attacked Vadra by saying that he must get ready to go behind bars.

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Previously, Swamy has attacked Vadra number of times and has called him corrupt. Last month Swami had said, “Vadra made a lot of money, it is called the Vadra school of management, but the dean of that school was (Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh) Hooda. He has to be prosecuted under Prevention of Corruption Act.”