Akhilesh Yadav denies any connection with perfume trader Piyush Jain

Samajwadi Party (SP) president Akhilesh Yadav on Tuesday completely denied any connections between his party and Kanpur-based aroma broker Piyush Jain, and jokingly said the BJP got “its own financial specialist” struck “unintentionally”.

He additionally said the CDR (call detail record) of the money manager’s telephone would uncover the names of a few BJP pioneers who were in contact with him.

“Unintentionally, the BJP got its own finance manager assaulted. Rather than SP pioneer Pushpraj Jain, it got Piyush Jain struck,” Yadav told correspondents before the beginning of the “Samajwadi Rath Yatra” here.

He likewise guaranteed that Samajwadi Attar (scent) was sent off by SP MLC Pushpraj Jain and not Piyush Jain. Ripping into the decision Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the previous Uttar Pradesh CM said, “In an advanced misstep, it got its own finance manager assaulted.”

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In various attacks by the Income Tax division and the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs, around Rs 257 crore in real money, 25 kg of gold and 250 kg of silver were seized from the aroma broker’s home in Kanpur just as from his home and processing plant in Kannauj.

Piyush Jain was shipped off legal guardianship for 14 days on a Kanpur court request on Monday. With months to go for the 2022 Uttar Pradesh Assembly surveys, BJP pioneers have been assaulting the SP over Jain’s capture, guaranteeing that the fragrance broker had joins with Yadav’s party.

The SP, in any case, has been denying any connections with Piyush Jain. “Indeed, even TV stations that were blazing the news that the place of a SP man has been assaulted when the strikes began acknowledged by evening that it was false and consequently, quit saying it,” Yadav said.

He added that the capture of the colossal measure of money from the Kanpur-based financial specialist demonstrated that demonetisation and the GST have fizzled.

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