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Swamy hints at fresh explosive lead in National Herald case, ‘nuclear bomb’ says close aide

Subramanian Swamy has dropped another bombshell on Twitter claiming he has been delivered a big lead which would speed up proceedings in the National Herald case.

Advocate and close aide of Subramanian Swamy, Ishkaran Singh Bhandari, has described it as a ‘nuclear bomb’.

Mr. Bhandari who has admitted that he cannot reveal more details has indicated a ‘big development’ in the case tomorrow.

Mr. Swamy has confirmed his aide’s statement and assured that speedy proceedings tomorrow onward.

The National Herald case has proven to be a thorn in the side of the Gandhi family thus far. 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.

Subramanian Swamy in the past has displayed an uncanny knack of sniffing up a case of corruption before anyone else could. For instance, it was Subramanian Swamy who had first written to the Prime Minister to prosecute A Raja for his involvement in the 2G scam. And it was him who had first filed a case against the Late Jayalalithaa in the Disproportionate Assets case for which she was convicted in the September of 2014.

The 20th of January promises to be very exciting for BJP supporters who have been yearning for some sort of concrete action against the Congress bigwigs. Whether the contents of the mysterious envelope would truly live up to expectations, only time will tell.

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