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12 October 2017, 04:00 | Elsie Buchanan
Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi alleged the Shahs have looted the country
Number of Congress workers, carrying placards and banners, shouted slogans against the BJP president and the financial impropriety committed by the company of Amit Shah's son. "They shall be prosecuted for criminal defamation and sued for an amount of Rs 100 crore in the Ahmedabad court".
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The Congress on Monday demanded the resignation of BJP President Amit Shah over the allegedly "suspicious transactions and dealings" of his son Jay Shah's firms for the sake of an impartial inquiry.
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Jay Shah's company has reportedly recorded a turnover of Rs 80 crore in 2015 after showing just Rs 50,000 the previous year. From the way we have responded the party and the government, it appears the high moral ground has been lost", Sinha said.
Jay Shah said he would file the case in Ahmedabad, where his business is located.
"We are defending because the party president and the Prime Minister have been dragged in", railway minister Piyush Goyal told the Indian media. The allegation in the article is of the firm's turnover growing from Rs 50,000 in March 2015 to Rs 80.5 crore in 2015-16. The OpIndia piece says that story is "low on facts, high on innuendo", because, according to it, "revealing such information would puncture the entire narrative that Jay Amit Shah's business was successful just as Modi came into power".
Tushar Mehta, the government's additional solicitor general, has said that he had sought the permission from the law ministry to represent Jay Shah.
The Congress workers shouted slogans such as "Naujawan rojgar ko tarsee Shah-jade par kripa barse", "16 hazar guna bhada vyapar, neendh me soya chowkidar", "3 saal janta behal, Shah ka beta malamal", "Shah-jade par kripa apaar, chowkidar ya bhagidar", "Shah-Modi jawab do, Jay Shah ka hisab do".
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi tweeted on Sunday bringing in the D-word - demonetisation - into the equation, perhaps suggesting the company shut down in October 2016, right before PM Modi's note-bandi diktat on November 8, 2016.
He said, "The financial papers of companies run by Jay Shah are murky and its functioning is much similar to those of shell companies".
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