After the bluster of Rahul Gandhi's page to Subramanian Swamy and the increasing refrain of critique, the The legislature these days confessed to having assisted Associated Publications Ltd economically.
The The legislature launched a declaration saying that Associated Publications Ltd was prolonged an zero attention laon. The reasoning being that since there was no benefit accumulated from such a mortgage hence there is no wrongdoing engaged.
The The legislature says the mortgage was prolonged to carry the paper returning to health.
A declaration to the same impact was launched by representative Janardan Dwivedi delayed on Saturday night.
Hitting out at Swamy, the The legislature has now said that the responsibility of lawful options can be found with Subramanian Swamy. Disregarding his accusations, The legislature taken returning at Swamy saying he was in the addiction of creating crazy accusations against The legislature management.
Reacting to Rahul Gandhi's page, Swamy dared Rahul to computer file a situation against him.
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On Thursday, Swamy claimed that the mother-son duo held 76 per cent shares in Young Indian Pvt Ltd, which took over Associated Journal Publisher of the National Herald group. He also alleged that Rahul did not mention his shares in his nomination paper filed before the Election Commission of India (ECI) ahead of the 2009 Lok Sabha polls. He said that the Congress general secretary wrote "nil" in the column where he was supposed to mention his shares and debentures in the nomination paper.
Swamy further alleged that Associated Journal obtained an unsecured zero interest loan of over Rs.90 crore from the All India Congress Committee (AICC), which was "illegal because no political party can enter into a commercial contract". Later, for a mere Rs.50 lakh, Young Indian wrote off the loan due to AICC.
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