A Congress based company which bosses Sonia and Rahul as its main stakeholders will be investigated by the Income Tax Officials, today the Delhi High Court ruled, as per news agency ANI.
From the court at the heart is Associated Journals Limited, three newspapers publishers, which includes the National Herald, an English daily founded and it was edited by Jawaharlal Nehru before he became the first Prime Minister of India.
The company shut down in the year 2008 alleged to unpaid debt of about $ 15 million.
Rahul Gandhi is been accused by Subramanian Swamy the BJP leader, PM Jawaharlal Nehru’s great grandson and Sonia Gandhi of setting up a firm which is called Young Indian Company to buy the debt using Congress party funds even though Associated Journals allegedly had real estate assets worth at least $335 million, which would have cleared the debt.
The Young Indian Company was alleged by Subramanian Swamy then owned all he equity in Associated Journals and rented out its properties to profit its shareholders, which includes Sonia and Rahul Gandhi, 76% controlled by them together.
In January 2016 the Gandhi’s won an appeal to be exempted from the personal appearances in the court to answer allegations that used their leadership of the Congress party to misuse about $15 million of the fund from the party for the personal profit.