Investigate Jay Shah if there is proof, says RSS functionary
Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal (ABKM) meeting underway in Bhopal.
“Necessary inquiry should be done and action can be taken accordingly,” the RSS functionary told reporters, replying to questions regarding allegations of of huge spike in the turnover of a company owned by Jay Shah.
“Those making the allegations should prove them first,” the joint general secretary of the Sangh said.
Meanwhile, the ABKM has made a few departures from its past tradition. While the mandate of the ABKM meet is to review the achievements and the activities of the Sangh and look into ways of expanding the footprint of the organisation further, the ABKM would also be discussing the broad contours of its policy for the next three years.
“In the ABKM, not just the expansion and further strengthening of the on,going works will be discussed, but also brainstorming on various activities of the Sangh will be done,” All India Publicity head of RSS, Manmohan Vaidya said.
Pakistan army launched a fresh offensive on the Line of Control (LOC) on Thursday when they fired indiscriminately on Indian forward positions, killing a jawan and a civilian porter in the Kirshna Ghati (KG) sector of Poonch district in Jammu division. Another five soldiers and a porter were left injured in the assault.
Pakistan troops resorted to unprovoked firing, killing Sepoy TK Reddy and Defence Porter Mohd Zahier.
Legal eagles from the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) are working overtime to prepare a response to the defence submitted in a London court to avoid extradition to India, where the liquor baron faces money laundering charges.
The controversial magnate is wanted in India for Kingfisher Airlines’ loan defaults worth nearly Rs 9,000 crore. The UK Crown Prosecution Service, which is contesting the case on behalf of India, has to file a reply from Indian authorities before November 3, 2017.
The extradition request was handed over to the UK High Commission in New Delhi in February, after which Mallya was arrested and pro-