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The publishing company for The National Herald (a defunct newspaper), The Associated Journal, had a debt of Rs. 90 crores but holds landed property worth Rs. 2000 crores. The Young Indian, a company in which Sonia and Rahul Gandhi hold 76% of the stake, gets an INTEREST FREE GRANT, from the Congress Party, of Rs. 90 crores to TAKE OVER the Associated Journal. ....from the complaint and the evidence led so far, it appears that Young Indian was in fact created as a sham or a cloak to convert public money to personal use or as a special purpose vehicle for acquiring control over Rs 2000 crores worth of assets of The Associated Journals Ltd.(AJL)... Since all the accused persons have allegedly acted in consortium with each other to achieve the said nefarious design, there are sufficient grounds for proceeding against all of them. -- Metropolitan magistrate Gomati Manocha establishing prima facie evidence of “cheating” and “misappropriation of property” against Rahul & Sonia Gandhi & other Congress leaders. This FAMILY has a certain EXPERTISE in acquiring INTEREST FREE LOANS/ GRANTS.
Posted on: Fri, 27 Jun 2014 04:06:40 +0000

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