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Non-bailable warrant issued against Choksi in 2016, Siddharamaiah government did not act

Times Now has revealed that the Karnataka High Court had issued a non-bailable warrant against Mehul Choksi in 2016 which the Karnataka government under Congress’ Siddharamaiah did not act upon.

Karnataka Congress has responded to the Times Now’s expose by tweeting in defence of their Chief Minister.

Times Now had reported on unaccounted transactions between Anita Singhvi, wife of Abhishek Manu Singhvi of Congress, and Nirav Modi worth crores. Karnataka Congress conveniently twists their report to portray the news channel of going after normal transactions between individuals.

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Earlier, Nirmala Sitharaman had accused the wife of the Congress leader of leasing out property to Nirav Modi.

After Rahul Gandhi’s own party member accused him of attending Nirav Modi’s hotel event in 2013, the role of the Congress in the fraud is becoming more and more evident. Despite the attacks on the media by the party, they will still have to explain why the Siddaramaiah government did not arrest Mehul Choksi after a non-bailable warrant was issued against him by the Court.

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