February 9, 2023
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See You In Court, Smriti Irani To Gandhis For Alleging Daughter Runs Bar

Union Minister Smriti Irani, who is being criticised by the Congress over claims that her 18-year-old daughter is operating a “illegal bar” in Goa, has fired back, claiming that it is her mother’s responsibility for holding news conferences about “”the loot of ₹ 5,000 crore by Sonia and Rahul Gandhi”. She insisted that her daughter does not own or operate a bar and is a first-year college student.

“It’s my daughter’s responsibility that her mother gave a news conference about Sonia and Rahul Gandhi’s theft of $5 billion. Her mother’s opposition to Rahul Gandhi in the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha elections was her responsibility “the MP declared.

In connection with a money laundering investigation connected to National Herald, the Enforcement Directorate is questioning the Gandhis. When the Congress objected to the investigation agency questioning Rahul Gandhi, Ms. Irani had spoken at a news conference the previous month and accused them of attempting to safeguard “illegal properties worth over 2,000 crore” owned by the Gandhi family.

In a press conference, Ms. Irani claimed that the Congress “assassinated” and “publicly damaged” the character of her daughter, and she dared the Opposition party to provide evidence of any wrongdoing. She denied the claim and promised to look for answers “in the court of law and the court of people.”

Rahul Gandhi was also dared by her to run for the Amethi Lok Sabha seat once more in 2024. She vowed that he would lose once more. The attorney for Smriti Irani’s daughter, Kirat Nagra, has issued a statement denying that his client is the proprietor or operator of the restaurant known as Silly Souls Goa and denying that, contrary to allegations, he has ever been sent with a show-cause notice from any authority.

The well-known politician Smriti Irani, the mother of our client, has been the target of a number of “misleading, malicious, frivolous, and defamatory social media posts being made by various vested quarters trying to settle political scores with her.” Kirat Nagra claimed that each of these posts is “based on blatant falsehoods.”

“It is unfortunate that they have resorted to spreading false propaganda only to sensationalise a non-issue without obtaining true facts and with a predetermined objective of defaming our client for only being the daughter of a political figure,” the attorney said, calling the accusations “baseless.”

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