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Subramanian Swamy reveals his game plan for National Herald case

Subramanian Swamy on Saturday revealed his big game plan on how he plans to tighten the noose on the National Herald case.

He said he is looking at interpreting the law such that one ‘TDK’ who is accused in the National Herald case becomes witness for the prosecution. TDK here is believed to be short for Tadakka, which Swamy himself had clarified to his followers back in 2012.

According to Hindu mythology, Tadakka (or Tataka) was a Yaksha princess-turned-demoness in the Hindu epic Ramayana, who was cursed by sage Agastya for being vengeful on him following her husband’s death. She and her son Sabahu turned demonic, attempting to harass as many rishis as they could by destroying their Yagna, the holy fire.

Swamy has a penchant to give code names to his enemies and uses these code names to refer to them in his tweets. People sometimes try and guess them, and if they get them wrong, Swamy even corrects them.

Coming back to the National Herald case, yesterday, he had talked about walking out of the house for getting his newspapers and finding ‘explosive’ documents in an unmarked envelop.

We had reported how the National Herald case has been a thorn for the Gandhi family for years. After paying just Rs. 5 lakh to form a company called ‘Young India’, the Mother and Son duo allegedly managed to acquire assets of the National Herald worth Rs. 5000 crores. Additionally they allegedly earned rent to the tune of Rs. 60 lakh per month after renting out the press area property. Essentially, Subramanian Swamy has accused Sonia and Rahul Gandhi, among others, of cheating and misappropriation of funds.

Last year in May, the Gandhis were dealt a huge blow when the Delhi High Court dismissed a plea to stay proceedings against Young India in the National Herald case and cleared the path for an Income Tax Probe into Young India Private Ltd. for its involvement in the case. The Mainstream Media seems overeager to give the Gandhis a free pass in the matter but unfortunately for them, the matter will be resolved in the Court of Law and not the newsrooms of news channels.

Ayodhra Ram Mandir special coverage by OpIndia

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