Punjab CM's Son-In-Law Pockets Money Meant For India’s Hardworking Farmers : Amit Shah

| February 26 , 2018 , 18:23 IST

BJP chief Amit Shah on Monday attacked the Congress party over an alleged bank fraud case in which Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh's son-in-law was found in the books. The bank in question is Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC).

Shah claimed that it was shameful that Punjab's Chief Minister's son-in-law pocketed the money meant for the farmers. He also questioned why Congress deleted the tweet regarding the same fraud case incident.

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"Punjab CM's son-in-law pockets money meant for India’s hardworking farmers.What can be more shameful than this! #CongressLootsFarmers," he tweeted.

"Why delete this tweet highlighting the loot of @capt_amarinders son-in-law.

Congress has always been at the forefront of highlighting their own robberies such as the NPA mess, bad loans, the free hand they gave to Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi," Shah wrote on Twitter.

The CBI on February 22 filed a case against Simbhaoli Sugars Limited, its Chairman Gurmit Singh Mann, Deputy Managing Director Gurpal Singh and others in connection with the alleged bank fraud case of Rs.97.85 crore.