SHOCKING LINKS: Signed Documents & Trails Prove Rahul Gandhi Had Direct Business Dealings On Property And 'interest Income' With 2G Scam-accused Unitech At Time Of Probe. Full Story Here

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Republic Media Network on Tuesday broke a sensational exclusive story entailing never-before-seen papers that detail Congress president Rahul Gandhi's links and dealings with persons and entities that were at the time of the deals being probed by investigative agencies in connection with some of the biggest scams of the then UPA government. The documents and revelations pose crucial questions.

Written By Apoorva Rao | Mumbai | Updated On:

Republic Media Network on Tuesday broke a sensational exclusive story entailing never-before-seen papers that detail Congress president Rahul Gandhi's links and dealings with persons and entities that were at the time of the deals being probed by investigative agencies in connection with some of the biggest scams under the then UPA government

In the first of a two-part expose, the documents Republic Media Network has accessed reveal that Rahul Gandhi partook in a commercial property transaction with one of the main accused in the notorious 2G spectrum allocation that had rocked the nation when its details and scope had come out. The entity being probed was Sanjay Chandra-led Unitech and the documents reveal not only the initial transactions of Rahul Gandhi but also a string of payments that continued after that.

Sanjay Chandra's Unitech was allegedly one of the biggest beneficiaries of the 2G scam, having been awarded 20 out of 22 Telecom circles by then UPA Telecom Minister A Raja in 2008.

In October 2010, after Supreme Court asked the UPA to reply on a notice regarding 2G and just weeks before the CAG report on 2G was tabled in the Lok Sabha, Rahul Gandhi had signed a deal with Unitech to buy two office units in this Unitech’s ‘Signature Tower 2’ in Gurgaon. Rahul Gandhi had paid Rs 1.44 crore and Rs 5.36 crore for B-007 & B-008 in this plush tower.

As seen in the document below, the current Congress president has signed the deal on October 12, 2010 for the said deal.

The deal raises pertinent questions about the Congress president's deal with the 2G Scam accused.

In paragraph number 4 of the agreement, he allegedly made an advanced payment of Rs 95.27 lakh and Rs 3.54 crore for these two office units.

However, strangely, despite what appears to be a property deal between Rahul Gandhi and Unitech, the Congress president is allegedly paid back Rs.2.92 crore by the company as an interest income which increases dramatically and unevenly every year. 

Rahul Gandhi allegedly received Rs.23.8 lakh as interest income in 2010-2011. This jumped to Rs 50.62 lakh in 2011-12 and 2012-13. This then further allegedly jumped to Rs 71 lakh in 2013-14 and then allegedly skyrockets to a whopping Rs. 95.9 lakhs in 2014-15.

In April 2012, Rahul Gandhi allegedly received Rs. 4.2 lakh per month from Unitech and this amount more than doubles and goes up to Rs. 8.85 lakh per month by September 2014.

See the images of the documents pertaining to the information:

This raises a number of questions: 

  1. This brings up the question of whether Rahul Gandhi deposited money with Unitech after the company was under the scanner for 2G?
  2. If he did deposit money with 2G Scam-accused, what is his source of income? 
  3. If Rahul Gandhi did not constantly deposit money with Unitech, then how is it that his income from interest was increasing if the deposit was the same? 
  4. When 2010-11 was the year when the 2G scam was exposed, why was Rahul Gandhi investing money with a scam-accused company and what logic followed the decision?
  5. Did he not know that he was investing money in a company that his own Government was investigating in the 2G Scam?

Watch a detailed report in the video above.

Following the newsbreak, BJP leader Subramanian Swamy has tweeted:

 

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