WATCH: Here's Arnab's Take On #HeraldScam

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In a massive development, the Delhi High Court refused to stay eviction order by the Centre for New Delhi's Herald House

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

In a massive development, the Delhi High Court refused to stay eviction order by the Centre for New Delhi's Herald House, where the Sonia and Rahul Gandhi-owned Associated Journals Limited (AJL), the publisher of the National Herald newspaper, is situated. Further, Haryana Governor also gave sanction for the prosecution of Congress leader and former state CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda.

Here's what Republic TV's editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami had to say about the recent events on The Debate:

"The Gandhi family was operating out of an interesting business model. Get land in the name of a paper that is extinct. Say this land is dedicated to Nehru. Amass large acres and acres of prime land in the name of this company in Nehrus name. Then create another company with the Gandhis as owners. Get the Congress to pump in crores into this company which has by now got hundreds of crores of property in this name. And then through the family front company take over the company which using Nehrus name and the name of a dead newspaper is a company with rich cash flow, huge assets, limited expenditure if any at all and a massive asset under management. Ladies and gentlemen I really feel Apple and Amazon should watch out for the Gandhis. Believe me, the Gandhis could have bought them out, with this kind of business strategy. Next Time Warren Buffet wants to learn about investing with millions of times return, he can learn it at Ten Janpath."

READ: Herald House, BS Hooda, The Gandhis And AJL: Here's All You Need To Know About The Herald Scam

 

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