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has filed a petition before the Election Commission seeking de-recognition of the Indian National Congress party, for violating:
- The Guidelines & Rules that has to be mandatorily followed by political parties for registration and recognition and
- Income Tax Rules
in providing an unsecured and interest free loan to ‘Associate Journals Pvt.Limited’, the publisher of Indian newspaper, ‘National Herald’.
The above loan given by the Indian National Congress is in violation of the Guidelines &Rules to be followed by political parties for registration & recognition.Any political party may not extend loans to companies with or without interest,as per Section 29A to C of RPA and Section 13A of IT Act.
Mrs. Sonia Gandhi and Mr. Rahul Gandhi have floated a private company by name,‘Young Indians’ ‘The Young Indians’ company has acquired the ‘Associated Journal’( having a property worh Rs 1600 crores) for a sum of Rs 50 Lakhs. Also the Indian National Congress has written off the unsecured loan of Rs 90 crores given to ‘Associated Journals’.
The Young Indians’ shareholders meeting “was held in Sonia Gandhi’s Government allotted 10, Janpath. This is a violation of the law since the No:10, Janpath, New Delhi,which is a Government accommodation must not be used for commercial purposes and business.