HC's reprimand on Congress was also ineffective, leaders again accuse Smriti Irani
HC's reprimand on Congress was also ineffective, leaders again accuse Smriti Irani

New Delhi: The Congress attack on Union Minister Smriti Irani in the Silly Souls Cafe and Bar case continues even after the Delhi High Court's rebuke. On Wednesday, Congress once again raised questions on Irani over the GST number. At the same time, Congress has also demanded Goa CM Pramod Sawant to issue a statement on the matter. Let us know that in this case, the Delhi High Court has also slammed Congress leaders.

Now Congress has again alleged that the GST number given to Atoll Food and Beverages is similar to the 'bar' in controversy. Congress spokesperson Girish Chudankar said, "There is no doubt that Smriti Irani and her family run the Silli Souls Cafe and Bar, she can't hide anything here, it is an open and shut case. They have a habit of lying.'' Girish alleged that the same address is recorded in Silli Souls, which belongs to Atoll Food and Beverages, which is run by Irani's husband. He also said that the GST number received by the company also matches that of Silli Soles.

The Congress spokesperson has termed Irani as a habitual liar. He referred to the issue of the qualification of the Union Minister for this. Girish said that while filing his nomination for the Lok Sabha elections in 2019, Irani had told that she had done her B.Com Part 1 in 1994 from Delhi University. Girish said that in the affidavit submitted in Delhi's Chandni Chowk in 2004, Smriti Irani claimed to have done her BA from DU School of Correspondence in 1996.

Two days ago, on Monday, the Delhi High Court directed Congress leaders Jairam Ramesh, and Pawan Khera to delete all the tweets linking Smriti Irani's daughter and the bar. It also warned that if the tweets are not deleted in 24 hours, Twitter will delete them. However, after the court's reprimand, Congress leaders have once again levelled allegations against Smriti Irani.

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