NEW DELHI: The Patiala House court on Monday rejected Subramanian Swamy’s supplication looking for records archives and ledger books from the Congress Party in the progressing National Herald case.
The court set February 10 as the following listening to date and asked Swamy to present a rundown from observers on that date.
Swamy had requested that see these account reports on the grounds that in his appeal to charged that Congress president Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi got hold of Associated Journals – parent organization of National Herald – through “dishonest means”. That, he said, is “criminal misappropriation and criminal break of trust”.
In any case, the guard guide, showing up for the Gandhis, said that when Swami filed a protest in July 2013 he made no reference to any loan obtained from the Congress party. The counsel additionally contended that the loan was never mentioned in the IT returns and the records Swami approached are a bit much for this case.
The council also said that neither did Swamy make the Congress a blamed for the situation, nor did he assert that office bearers were not approved to give loan. Swamy had discredited the claim.
“They have been stating that I don’t have a case, in what manner can that be the point at which the court has issued summons for them. In this way, they are purchasing time and postponing, however they won’t get away.”
Swamy additionally charged that he uncovered correspondence between Sardar Vallabhai Patel and Jawaharlal Nehru where the former alleged that Nehru indulged in corrupt practices by gathering cash for the National Herald by giving government contracts to “undesirable gatherings”.
The National Herald is being utilized by the Nehru family to gather subsidizes and aggrandize them. I needed to know whether Sonia and Rahul Gandhi got hold of Associated Journals constrained by legit implies or deceptive means, My affirmation is that they procured (it) through exploitative means which is criminal misappropriation and criminal break of trust,” he said.
Swamy had recorded an application in 2012 accusing Sonia, Rahul and others connected with the Congress of planning to cheat in a land deal.