Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) today demanded immediate step down of BJP National President Amit Shah on moral ground for his son Jay Shah for increase of cash in account within two year from 50,000 to 80 crore which revealed by a web portal ‘Wire’.
Addressing the media person at Arunachal Press Club here today APCC Spokesperson Hina Camder Tok said that it is very unfortunate to know from the media web portal ‘Wire’ that Jay Shah son of National BJP President Amit Shah have gained increase of crore of money in his account within two years and demanded immediate investigation through independent investigation agency and till then Amit Shah should step down on moral ground to pave way for free and fair investigation.
Taking the word of Prime Minister “ na khaaunga aur na khane dunga’ and this slogan should also be implemented to their party leaders and without any delay an investigation need to be done to his firm Temple Enterprises and Jay Shah should be taken into task as per law, Hina said.
He said that the web portal which have revel the truth have been served with defamation notice of hundred crore and condemn and said it is very unfortunate.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi now should speak to people of India in matter of such revelation and let the people of country know that what action is being initiated in case of Jay Shah who is son of the present BJP President who is also a Member of Parliament Hina observed.
He said that here in state what ever scheme which was implemented during Congress rule in state is yet to function smoothly like CMUHIS, Skill development and the present government under BJP should continue in the interest of the local people of state and should come up with a roadmap.
When asked about Robert Bhadra case Hina said that Congress party is ready to face probe, the state and central government is of BJP Party and they can investigate through any investigating agency but same should be in case of Jay Shah, Hina added.
Answering to query of reporters APCSD Chairman Kipa Kaha said in case of son of P Chidambaram the Enforcement Directorate is taking action while we have no clear-cut information relating to present MLA Karya Bagang.