The Congress Party is taking aim at the government over a Rs 22,842 crore loan default case, asking why it took the CBI five years to file a FIR.

February 14, 2022, 0 Comments

The Congress Party is taking aim at the government over a Rs 22,842 crore loan default case, asking why it took the CBI five years to file a FIR.

A DAY AFTER THE CBI claimed it had arrested a Gujarat-based shipbuilding company and its directors for Rs 22,842 crore in fraudulent loan default, the Congress accused the government of a “loot and flee” plan for bank fraudsters.
When asked about assertions made by Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav at a political event on Sunday, the ruling BJP stated the loans were granted by the UPA, while the Modi administration prosecuted the fraudsters.
The Congress questioned the CBI’s five-year delay in filing the FIR, despite the fact that ABG Shipyard was liquidated in 2017.

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