In­ves­ti­gate Jay Shah if there is proof, says RSS func­tionary

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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-

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