Swamy says Rahul should share Modi's 'personal corruption' with police/court

New Delhi: A day after Rahul Gandhi 's remark that he has information on "personal corruption" by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP leader Subramanian Swamy on Thursday said the Congress leader is bound by law to report such "explosive" information to either police or court.

Having knowledge of any offence and not reporting it to the authorities carries a punishment of three years, Swamy said.

"He (Rahul Gandhi) is bound by the law, criminal procedure code, to report it to police station or to a court of law and not to doing so carries a punishment of three years," he told reporters outside Parliament.

Rahul  had on Wednesday alleged he has detailed information on "personal corruption" by the Prime Minister which he wants to present in Lok Sabha but he was not being allowed to speak in the House.

"The Prime Minister is personally terrified of me being allowed to open my mouth inside Lok Sabha because I have information about the Prime Minister that is going to explode his balloon. And I am not being allowed to speak in the House," the Congress leader had said.

On a query on disruption of Houses since the winter session began on November 16, Swamy said, "The government is too soft...They should ask the Speaker to bring the marshal in and throw out everybody who disrupts the house after a day or two." (PTI)