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The Congress on Tuesday emphatically defended its President Sonia Gandhi's son in-law Robert Vadra, while raising the stakes against BJP national president Amit Shah's son Jay Shah, whose business apparently observed a monstrous income development after the BJP came to power. 

New claims have developed against Vadra following a TV news report that "absconding arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari booked business-class tickets for Vadra in 2012." 

"PM Narendra Modi has been in control for 41 months. The BJP is controlling in Haryana and Rajasthan too, the states where Vadra is confronting claims. In these 41 months of witch-chasing, they (BJP) have not possessed the capacity to bring up any infringement or wrongdoing on Vadra's part," senior Congress pioneer and the gathering's media incharge Randeep Singh Surjewala told reporters here. 

Surjewala requested that a commission of request including two sitting Supreme Court judges be initiated to investigate Jay Shah's business dealings. "How did the matter of Temple Enterprise Private Limited, an organization claimed by Amit Shah's better half, little girl in-law and son Jay Shah, increment 16,000 times in a single year? What is the enchantment wand by which an organization, procuring an excess of a simple Rs 18.8 lakh in the vicinity of 2004 and 2014 and making misfortune in 2012-13 and 2013-14, builds its turnover inside a time of BJP coming to influence," was one of the 10 questions Surjewala postured. 

"This is a snapshot of retribution for Modi and a litmus test for his credibility, neutrality and integrity. Modi and BJP must request that Amit Shah leave pending the fruition of a reasonable probe that even the RSS, the gathering's guardian association, has looked for," Surjewala said.
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