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Naik Naik managing partner Ameet Naik mistaken for Amit Shah: Kicks off Loya conspiracy theory

Naik Naik & Co organised the recent press conference at which late Justice Loya's son, BH Loya, shared that he did not think anymore that his father's death was suspicious.

However, when some heard a reference to what they thought was Amit Shah, in the audio of the press conference, this began to send tongues wagging on social media sensing a conspiracy.

The more likely interpretation, as Alt News pointed out, however, is that Anuj Loya had said Ameet Sir.

Alt News reported:

Social media claims Amit Shah arranged Judge Loya's son's press conference, what's the truth?

Everyone loves a good conspiracy theory. The press conference of late Justice BH Loya’s son, Anuj Loya presented a ripe ground for many such theories. The conference was arranged at the offices of the top Mumbai law firm, Naik and Naik. Along with Anuj Loya, also present at the conference were his cousin, Pratik Bhandari, Advocate Ameet B. Naik from Naik & Naik and retired District Judge KB Katake who was a family friend and colleague of Justice Loya. At the conference, Anuj Loya said that his father’s death was not suspicious and the family does not want a probe. Soon after the conference was aired on TV, allegations began to emerge that the press conference was organized by BJP National President, Amit Shah. At the time of his death, Justice Loya was the presiding over a trial into Sohrabuddin Sheikh fake encounter case in which Amit Shah was an accused.

Jas Oberoi, a columnist at Newslaundry was first to raise suspicions about Amit Shah’s role in organizing the press conference. He shared a video clip of ABP news as evidence.

So @AmitShah has exposed himself in Judge Loya murder case.


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