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Paradise Papers: Jayant Sinha refutes charges, claims complete disclosure
Paradise Papers: Jayant Sinha refutes charges, claims complete disclosure

 

New Delhi [India], Nov 6: Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Jayant Sinha, whose name allegedly dragged in the 'Paradise Papers' leak on Monday deprived of the claims made in the expose and asserted all details were fully revealed by him "to relevant authorities through all crucial filings as required."

"Whatever we did was entirely genuine and lawful. There is no reason to doubt. This was at a time when I was not in full of zip in the political dome. Whatever was done was on behalf of the company, and not for any personal reason," Sinha quoted, while commenting on a news report about his alleged associations with Omidyar in Appleby files.

Earlier in the day, Sinha tweeted, "After leaving Omidyar Network, I was asked to maintain on the D.Light Board as an Independent Director. On joining the Union Council of Ministers, I directly resigned from the D.Light Board and severed my participation with the company."

The 'Paradise Papers' revelation, call as the second largest data disclosed in history after Panama Papers, charges that some Indians allegedly have offshore accounts in tax havens countries.

 

 

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