According to a recent report by ANI, Cambridge Analytica (CA) whistleblower Christopher Wylie has confirmed that Congress Party chief Rahul Gandhi worked with the digital media firm to boost his image as the Prime Minister of India. Reports claim that the Congress paid the company Rs.500 cr to Rs.600 cr to influence the elections.

In a series of tweets, Ravi Shankar Prasad, Information Technology Minister of India, said, "Rahul needs to apologize to the nation for trying to subvert India’s election process using the Brahmastra of CA.”

“Whistle-blower Christopher Wylie has accepted before British Parliamentary committee that Cambridge Analytica worked for the Congress Party.This vindicates what we have been saying from day one.

Rahul Gandhi has been trying to divert attention all these while. Cambridge Analytica is in the dock for data theft and trying to manipulate voters using unlawful means. It has been established that Congress was a client of Cambridge Analytica. Congress Party needs to apologize to the nation for data theft and trying to manipulate voters," he added.

BJP also recently humiliated the Congress chief on Twitter, calling him “technically challenged.”

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