Today BJP veteran Yashwant Sinha criticized his party’s president Amit Shah’s son one of the strong defence contenders, saying the high moral ground it had acquired all these years appears to have been lost.
The former minister, WHO has turned a robust critic of the Modi government’s economic policies, additionally objected to the filing of a Rs one hundred large integer defamation suit against The Wire, that carried a story on Jay Shah’s business.
The voice of the media was avoidable, he told reporters by making such an attempt to suppress the situation.
Sinha said, in an apparent reference to Union minister Piyush Goyal’s defence of Amit Shah’s son that “The manner in which a central minister jumped into the fray in defence of Jay Shah was not called for I will certainly like to say that. He is a central minister not a chartered accountant of Jay Shah,” Except this, he also made his efforts to express the situation as because he was over the reservations “very special circumstances” under which Additional Solicitor General Tushar Mehta was cleared to fight Jay Shah’s defamation case against The Wire.
“Conceivably, the high ethical ground we have acquired all these months and years appears to have been lost,” Sinha said.
In 2014 there was a huge rise in the turnover of Jay Shah’s company after the BJP came to power and that particular thing he, however, did not want to comment on the merit of the story insisted on the thing which he said before.