“AJL is also Congress. Thirty per cent of AJL is owned by trusts controlled by Congressmen. The Gandhis don’t get anything. Nothing comes to the shareholders of YIL,” says Kapil Sibal on National Herald case.
Jaitley said he had “consistently maintained that this chargesheet was full of fabricated facts.”
The Supreme Court ordered deletion of the matter from its September 21 list.
“His (Sibal) opposing CBI probes amount to double speak and will embarrass us,” Congress Legislature Party leader Pradeep Mathur has written.
Sibal alleged that Lalit Modi had rigged the tender conditions to favour the industrialist.
Abdul Manna, the Congress leader who had originally moved the petition for CBI inquiry in the SC, said: “It was really unfortunate to see a senior Congress leader appearing for Madan Mitra.
Sibal said he was surprised at the MP High Court ‘for turning a blind eye to the deaths that were taking place’.
Sibal had apparently come back to India only for this case, to try his best to get Subrata Roy out of the jail after 15 months.
Former Union Minister Kapil Sibal on Saturday criticised the Narendra Modi government’s foreign policy, saying there was no clear agenda in the PM’s foreign visits. “There is no clear agenda. At times, they embrace Pakistan, at other times they say they don’t want to talk. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has openly said that he […]
“How do you trust a prime minister who said one thing before the elections and does exactly the opposite after the elections?” asks Sibal.
The party also criticised Modi for telling NRIs in Shanghai that “earlier, you felt ashamed of being born Indian” and “now you feel proud to represent the country”.
Kapil Sibal along with Jimmy Sheirgill has announced upcoming socio-political romantic drama “Zainab – A Celebration Of Humanity”.
No quick-fixes can help public universities if successive governments exercise power unbridled by reason.
Some school heads say that the govt should either extend the CCE up to class XII or should make board exams mandatory.
During the hearing on the bail plea of social activist Teesta Setalvad and her husband on Thursday, the bench led by Justice Dipak Misra said to her counsel Kapil Sibal: “Don’t act smart.”