Ajay Gupta wants to clear his name about the state capture allegations

Ajay Gupta wants to clear his name about the state capture allegations

- Ajay Gupta plans to return to South Africa to clear his name

- The eldest brother of the Gupta family is innocent and had nothing to do with state capture

- Ajay says his family never asked any South African minister for commercial benefits

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The eldest brother of the Gupta family wants a chance to clear his name.

Ajay Gupta and his family are central to the state capture allegations in South Africa.

However, Ajay insists that they never asked for commercial benefit from any minister.

According to a report by TimesLIVE, Ajay said he is willing to testify at the State Capture Inquiry Commission but not quite right now.

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This comes after the Guptas refused to return to South Africa, claiming they're afraid the Hawks would unlawfully arrest them

Ajay says that the Gupta family is caught in the crossfire between the ANC's factions and several business allies.

The Gupta added that their family are victims of SA's politically motivated law enforcement.

As proof of the family's innocence, Ajay referred to the lack of any evidence that they syphoned money from the Estina farm.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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