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NEW DELHI: The ruling BJP came under attack from opposition parties over the Punjab National Bank fraud case and was accused of abetting jewellery designer Nirav Modi’s swindle and subsequent flight from the country.
Congress president Rahul Gandhi took a jab at PM Modi with a tweet titled “Guide to Looting India”, in which he alleged that Nirav Modi had wielded his influence with the PM to get away with the Rs 280 crore fraud.
“Guide to Looting India
by Nirav MODI
1. Hug PM Modi
2. Be seen with him in DAVOS
Use that clout to:
A. Steal 12,000Cr
B. Slip out of the country like Mallya, while the Govt looks the other way,” Rahul tweeted with the hastag “From 1 Modi to Another”.
Guide to Looting India by Nirav MODI 1. Hug PM Modi 2. Be seen with him in DAVOS Use that clout to: A. Stea… https://t.co/4cKQE4y4nQ
— Office of RG (@OfficeOfRG)
Party spokesperson Priyanka Chaturvedi had tweeted the image of the Prime Minister together with Nirav Modi at Davos earlier this year.
Earlier in the BJP regime the MEA escorted 3 dreaded terrorists back home. Today yet again in the BJP regime the PM… https://t.co/g82K6tJiU7
— Priyanka Chaturvedi (@priyankac19)
Taking to Twitter, Congress communications in-charge Randeep Surjewala questioned whether it was the NDA government’s norm to let embezzlers run away with the taxpayers’ money.
“Who is Nirav Modi? The new #ModiScam? Was he tipped off like Lalit Modi and Vijay Mallya to escape by someone within the government? Has it become the norm for letting people run away with public money? Who is responsible?,” tweeted Surjewala.
Delhi CM and AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal alleged that the ruling party was complicit in Nirav Modi’s escape, also citing the precedent of fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya.
Is it possible to believe that he or vijay mallya left the country without active connivance of BJP govt? https://t.co/6iMFf9VAkF
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal)
On the other hand, former Congress leader Shehzad Poonawalla claimed that party president Rahul Gandhi had been present at a few events hosted by Modi in the past, which points to the latter’s “political links”.
“#PNBScam began with fraudulent LoUs and transactions which began in 2011 – Just FYI : Rahul Gandhi was spotted at Nirav Modi events – did not know he had interest in bridal jewellery – 2013 Imperial Hotel event in Delhi.. SCAM began in 2011- should find out Nirav’s political links (sic),” Poonawalla tweeted.
#PNBScam began with fraudulent LoUs & transactions which began in 2011 – Just FYI : Rahul Gandhi was spotted at Nir… https://t.co/CJFlBkakwq
— Shehzad Jai Hind (@Shehzad_Ind)
The Enforcement Directorate today conducted multiple searches in connection with a Rs 280 crore money laundering case against billionaire jewellery designer Nirav Modi and others following a complaint by Punjab National Bank.
The ED had filed a case under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) after going through a CBI FIR registered early this month.
Modi (46), who had figured in the Forbes’ list of richest Indians, was booked by the CBI for cheating after PNB sent a complaint to it alleging that the jewellery firm owner, his brother, wife and Choksi entered into a criminal conspiracy with the officials of the bank and cheated it, causing a “wrongful loss”.
The agency, they said, would probe if the allegedly defrauded bank funds were laundered and these proceeds of crime were subsequently used by the accused to create illegal assets and black money.
The CBI had booked Modi, his brother, wife and a business partner for allegedly cheating PNB of over Rs 280.70 crore in 2017.
(With PTI inputs)