Amit Shah's son slaps Rs 100 crore defamation suit on a website

  • Amit Shah's son slaps Rs 100 crore defamation suit on a website

Amit Shah's son slaps Rs 100 crore defamation suit on a website

Jay Shah has made a decision to file criminal defamation suit against the author, editors and the ownrs of the news website.

At a press conference, Goyal said the article put out by the publication was "false, baseless, malicious and derogatory" and said the allegations against a commodity-trading firm owned by Jay Shah whose turnover rose by 16,000 times soon after the BJP came to power, as per the website, were "without substance".

The case will filed in Ahmedabad where Jay Shah lives.

The minister asserted that Jay Amit Shah's businesses are fully legitimate and conducted in a lawful manner on commercial lines, which is reflected in his tax records and through banking transactions.

Shah said that CPM should refrain from violence or else RSS & BJP workers will ensure the end of communism using the democratic provisions as their mode of fight.

"I had taken loan either from NBFC or Non-funded Credit Facilities from cooperative banks on purely commercial terms strictly in accordance with law". Sibal was replying to the clarification of Cabinet Minister Piyush Goyal given in defence of Jay Shah. "But the more muck of murders they spread, the lotus will bloom better", Shah said.

Congress leader Kapil Sibal attacked the BJP over the issue and was quoted as saying in a press conference: "How can a company with no stock, no inventory, no assets, has a turnover of 80 crores?" Now, what do you have to say about crony capitalism? While CPI's D Raja demanded a "high level SIT probe monitored by the court", AAP sought a criminal enquiry into the allegations.

CPI (M)'s Sitaram Yechury claimed that it is the latest in a series of cases of corruption under the Modi government. It also said that the company received a loan of Rs 15.78 crore from Rajesh Khandwala, a relative of Rajya Sabha member Parimal Nathwani, who is also a senior executive at Reliance Industries.

"The chief minister of Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan, should be ashamed of himself, because maximum political killings have taken place in his own home district", he added.