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Company owned by Smriti Irani’s husband shares GST quantity with Goa bar, says Congress chief; BJP rubbishes declare

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Company owned by Smriti Irani's husband shares GST number with Goa bar, says Congress leader; BJP rubbishes claim

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PANAJI: Former Congress secretary Girish Chodankar on Wednesday claimed that an organization owned by Union minister Smriti Irani’s husband shares the tackle with the bar which his celebration has alleged was operated illegally by her daughter.

The controversial Silly Souls bar and restaurant operates from the identical tackle – House No.

452, Bouta Vaddo, Assagao – from which an organization managed by Irani’s husband and household, Eightall Food and Beverage, conducts its main enterprise, Chodankar mentioned.

The ruling BJP in Goa rubbished Chodankar’s declare, including he wasn’t competent sufficient to talk on the difficulty.

The Goods and Services Tax (GST) quantity allotted to the Irani household firm on the Assagao tackle can also be the GST variety of the Silly Souls Cafe and Bar, Chodankar mentioned.

Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant ought to make an announcement on the Silly Souls bar challenge, the previous Goa Congress president instructed reporters.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi ought to drop Irani from the cabinet over the difficulty, he added.

The minister has denied having any hyperlinks with the controversial bar primarily based in North Goa’s Assagao village.

Chodankar referred to a TV interview that Zoish Irani, the 18-year-old daughter of Smriti Irani gave to well-known meals critic Kunal Vijayakar.

“In the interview, Zoish nods in assent when Vijayakar asks her if the Silly Souls restaurant is hers.

“”Let me introduce you to a very, very young entrepreneur,” Vijayakar says. This is Zoish Irani. Correct? This is your restaurant?” And Zoish Irani says, “Yeah” and nods,”” Chodankar mentioned.

He mentioned the Instagram account of Zubin Irani, the minister’s husband, contains “co-founder @sillysoulscafe Goa” as a part of his biographical particulars.

Reacting to Chodankar’s claims, Goa BJP spokesman Urfan Mulla questioned the Congress chief’s authority to cross remarks in opposition to Smriti Irani.

“Chodankar was sacked as Goa Pradesh Congress Committee president and is at present a no one in his celebration,” Mulla mentioned.

PANAJI: Former Congress secretary Girish Chodankar on Wednesday claimed that an organization owned by Union minister Smriti Irani’s husband shares the tackle with the bar which his celebration has alleged was operated illegally by her daughter.

The controversial Silly Souls bar and restaurant operates from the identical tackle – House No.

452, Bouta Vaddo, Assagao – from which an organization managed by Irani’s husband and household, Eightall Food and Beverage, conducts its main enterprise, Chodankar mentioned.

The ruling BJP in Goa rubbished Chodankar’s declare, including he wasn’t competent sufficient to talk on the difficulty.

The Goods and Services Tax (GST) quantity allotted to the Irani household firm on the Assagao tackle can also be the GST variety of the Silly Souls Cafe and Bar, Chodankar mentioned.

Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant ought to make an announcement on the Silly Souls bar challenge, the previous Goa Congress president instructed reporters.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi ought to drop Irani from the cabinet over the difficulty, he added.

The minister has denied having any hyperlinks with the controversial bar primarily based in North Goa’s Assagao village.

Chodankar referred to a TV interview that Zoish Irani, the 18-year-old daughter of Smriti Irani gave to well-known meals critic Kunal Vijayakar.

“In the interview, Zoish nods in assent when Vijayakar asks her if the Silly Souls restaurant is hers.

“”Let me introduce you to a very, very young entrepreneur,” Vijayakar says. This is Zoish Irani. Correct? This is your restaurant?” And Zoish Irani says, “Yeah” and nods,”” Chodankar mentioned.

He mentioned the Instagram account of Zubin Irani, the minister’s husband, contains “co-founder @sillysoulscafe Goa” as a part of his biographical particulars.

Reacting to Chodankar’s claims, Goa BJP spokesman Urfan Mulla questioned the Congress chief’s authority to cross remarks in opposition to Smriti Irani.

“Chodankar was sacked as Goa Pradesh Congress Committee president and is at present a no one in his celebration,” Mulla mentioned.