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has left his family but that does not mean he would take imature
decisicions. He should stop emotionally blackmailing the people who are
facing hardships due to the move.


Because of the Queue India Movement of Modi

You’re a pain in queues,,

Tipitaka translated in 105 languages

has left his family but that does not mean he would take imature
decisicions. He should stop emotionally blackmailing the people who are
facing hardships due to the move.


Because of the Queue India Movement of Modi

You’re a pain in queues

PAIN, PAIN & Long Term PAIN - NO GAIN Economy
in Deep Dive

One couldn’t believe Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) OPENLY TALK of Giving PAINS to JUST ANY BODY – Not Once But Repeatedly.
Today 30 months or HALF TERM of BJP (Bahuth Jiyadha Psychopaths) remotely controlled by Intolerant, Violent, Militant, shooting, Lynching, Cannibal
Lunatic, Mentally Retarded 1% chitpawan brahmin RSS (Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks) Pyschopaths after gobbling the Master Key by tampering the fraud EVMs because of the error of judgement order by the Ex CJI Sadasivam that allowed just 8 out of 543 Parliament elections in 2014 to be replaced by the fraud EVMs as suggested by the Ex CEC Sampath. The present CECs says
that entire EVMs will be replaced in 2019. All without ordering for
Paper Ballots which is being used by 80 democracies of the world till entire EVMs are replaced.
Ms Mayawati’s BSP won UP Panchayat elections with paper ballots while it lost in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections because of these fraud EVMs.
This has caused:

Ø     PAIN to
Indian Farmers When MSP was not adequately increased, No Drought Relief,
Ø     PAIN to
Railway Passengers by raising Fare 40% to 50%,
PLANTS Pollution & Dirt,
Ø     PAIN of
NEGLECTING 80% Non BJP India ,
Investing in Gujarat Ambani & Adani,
Ø     PAIN of Nepal & Pakistan , MNREGA, LPG Distribution,
Ø     PAIN to
Foreign Investors by CANCELLING Bi-lateral Country Trade Agreements,
Ø     PAIN to
DAIRY Farmers who Care for Milk Animals but can’t sell unproductive animals,
Ø     PAIN to
people of different Faiths, Customs, Professions – Apex Court Judges,
Ø     PAIN to
people by ‘DEMONETIZING CURRENCY’ affecting Every Indian – Labor, Farmer,
Businessmen, Traders, Tourists, Transporters,
Ø     PAIN of
Retail Prices of FOODS & Pulses DOUBLING – Besan Selling At Rs.200 Per Kg.
Ø     PAIN to
political rivals, even dead,
Ø     PAIN ideas keep
After gobbling the Election BJP preferred
Before November 08 Currency Notes on the
Left Were Legal Currency – From November 09 Notes on the Right shall be illegal
Economy in DEEP DIVE. 
DON’T FORGET ALL PAINS Of the Fraud EVMs till they are replaced by Paper Ballots.

demonetisation drive of the Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) is wrecking havoc in
ordinary people’s lives. People are suffering. No work. No money. Long
hours in Bank/ATM queues. That’s for those who have bank accounts. At
least 80 % of our country are dependent on cash economy. Farmers can’t sow
their fields. They cant buy manure. Workers are not getting paid. At
least 20 people have died in its aftermath. Collateral damage for
‘Nation’ ‘purified’ of black money and fake currency?

100 Cr Crippled in Pain - No Let Up in Black Money

There is no Change in Prices of Fruits &
Vegetables – which as Usual Cost Consumers 3-5 Times Farm Gate Prices. Food
accounts for 50% of Household Consumption alone is Rs.25,00,000 Cr to
Rs.30,00,000 Cr Black Money Generation Annually, No Farmers Storage, Processing
& Retail of Foods.
Buy Gram @50/Kg Sell Besan @Rs.200/kg
Some DULLARD Grade Economists are Supporting this
but there is MERELY EXCHANGE OF CURRENCY. A Property Which Cost Rs.10 Cr –
50%-50% in White & Black – Would Now Sell for Rs.4 Cr or Rs.5 Cr – Take Out
Black Money Operations –
Economy will CRASH to $1000b
Only Or Level With Nepal.
Annexed in List - When ADANI & BIYANI retail Dry Turmeric Power and Dry
Chilli Power for Rs.540/Kg and Rs.330/Kg – Farmers are paid Rs.13/Kg & Rs.6/kg for Turmeric & Green Chilli
sent to Ahmadabad & Azadpur Mandis.
Dry Ginger Power retails for Rs.800/kg,
Farmers Get Rs.22/kg for Ginger.
Farmers get Rs.27/Kg for Groundnut in
Pods – in Packets cost Rs.300/Kg and Groundnut Oil May
Cost Rs.200 Per Kg.
It was reported earlier – How A Media Table Fan Which Cost Rs.650 to
BAJAJ Electricals Was Retailed for Rs.1650/-. A Booster Pump which cost Rs.650
to importers is Retailed for Rs.2,400 to Rs.3,200 Depending on Brand.
BJP (Bahuth Jiyadha Psychopaths) and some other Parties OPPOSED WALMART & EXPERT
RETAILERS – So that MULTI-CHAIN Marketing Stays As It Is.
2.]  100 Cr Are WAITING In QUEUES
3.]  50% of Economy Up To 20 Cr
Jobs Could Be Lost.

The Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) has rushed into a decision that is poor economics and will ultimately prove to be poor politics too.
Upon deeper analysis Its come to the

conclusion that it is nothing less than an unmitigated disaster.

Here are 10 of the most prominent reasons why I say so.

1. Cash is an insignificant component of black assets

The effect of this move on the black economy will be limited because

cash comprises only a tiny part of black assets. This is borne out

both by facts and reasoning.

Cash recovery has been only 6% of the undisclosed income seized from

income tax evaders, according to data from tax raids from 2012-13


This fact only affirms what is already apparent upon the application

of reasoning. Opening foreign accounts anonymously is child’s play

today and given the anonymity it provides, it is a widely preferred

option for those holding black money. Investments in gold and property

are also preferred for a variety of reasons. Firstly, wealth stored as

cash decreases in value with inflation while other types of assets

appreciate with inflation. Secondly, storing large sums of cash is

much more problematic (occupies more space, vulnerable to hazards)

than storing the same value in gold. Finally, security problems with

cash are much greater.

Thus, illegitimate cash is just the tip of the iceberg and dealing

with it does not mean taking down the mammoth black economy.

2. Counterfeit currency is more molehill than mountain

Much has been made of the “fact” that taking out higher denomination

notes will render worthless the bulk of counterfeit currency in

circulation today. But contrary to popular perception, the value of

counterfeit currency is quite insignificant.

According to a study done by the Indian Statistical Institute,

Kolkata, in 2015, the only reliable and comprehensive exploration of

the subject, at any given point of time ₹400 crore worth of fake notes

were in circulation in the economy. This is merely 0.025% o f the

total budget outlay of ₹19.7 lakh crore as announced this fiscal.

In comparison, just the printing cost of notes being taken out of

circulation is approximately ₹12,000 crore. Is it sensible public

policy to flush ₹12,000 crore down the drain to purportedly remove

about ₹400 crore of fake currency?

3. Information may have leaked—rise in bank deposits

While the news of the withdrawal of notes caught most people by

surprise, leading many to hail the government’s success in keeping it

a closely guarded secret, it is now emerging the information—or at

least a rumour of what was to come—had already reached several ears.

Firstly, in April this year, SBI had said that people were withdrawing

cash in large amounts in smaller denominations due to rumours of

demonetization of ₹1000 and ₹500 notes. Secondly, in the past few

weeks, local dailies in Gujarat and elsewhere had also reported that

such a move might be in the offing. Thirdly, the BJP’s (Bahuth Jiyadha Psychopaths) West Bengal

unit deposited an unusually large cash amount of Rs 1 crore just

before the move’s announcement. All these factors indicate that

information of the action may well have leaked.

Is it sensible public policy to flush ₹12,000 crore down the drain to

purportedly remove about ₹400 crore of fake currency?

While those who don’t have black money may not have paid attention to

rumours and speculations, those that did have something to hide

probably took action right away to protect their spoils, thereby

reducing the efficacy of the eventual demonetization.

What most strengthens the suspicion that many with black money were

warned in advance is the sudden spike in bank deposits in the last

quarter. Data from different banks shows that last quarter most of

them reversed the trend of declining deposits and witnessed healthy

growth. This rise in bank deposits happened despite the decline in

industrial production and in the absence of any facilitating factors

in the economy. In the absence of an upturn in economic parameters,

the sudden rise in deposits just before demonetization decision is

definitely fishy.

4. Whitewashing of whatever little black cash there is

Even the insignificant black assets in cash that remain with people

(even after prior information) are likely being whitewashed through

various loopholes. Backdated buying of gold and exchanging through the

new black market for exchange of notes are prominent ways in which

those with black cash are getting it laundered or changed to smaller


5. The root problem of black money generation is untouched

The move is also questionable as it does little to address the root

problem of black money generation. The annual black economy is

conservatively over 20% of our GDP. This means that the annual

generation of black money is over ₹30 lakh crore which is greater than

the entire amount of ₹17.77 lakh crore of cash in circulation (86% of

this cash is in the form of withdrawn ₹500 and ₹1000 notes). So, even

if half the value of the withdrawn notes was black wealth and none of

it was whitewashed, the black money destroyed would still be much less

than the amount of black wealth generated yearly. It’s clear from this

that demonetization cannot do any long-lasting damage to the black

economy since the roots of it remain untouched.

6. The government’s politically motivated sensationalism has spread panic

In a bid to derive maximum political mileage out of the move, BJP

sensationalized the move and announced with great drama for maximum

impact. Many myths were spun around it, which made people panic. This

panic is leading to untold miseries with ATMs reporting long lines and

various establishments refusing to offer change; some hospitals are

even denying treatment. Had the BJP been more sombre and pragmatic in

its narrative and execution, rumour mongers would not have had such a

field day and the move’s implementation would have been less painful

for the people.

7. In poll-dictated hurry, government was woefully under prepared

The government is visibly unprepared for the move.

Firstly, the RBI didn’t have enough supply of smaller denomination

notes and is supplying soiled 100 notes to meet the demand. Secondly,

the new ₹2000 notes being released are smaller in size than the old

notes and ATMs have not been modified to dispense them. Thus, ATMs are

storing less cash and thus running out faster as they can only

dispense ₹100 notes.

The annual generation of black money is over 30 lakh crore which is

greater than the entire amount of ₹​​​​​​​17.77 lakh crore of cash in


Thirdly, the new ₹2000 notes are being released without any additional

security features as the hurried decision by the government didn’t

allow for the provision of such features. It is reported that the

government pushed through the action in six months, although over

three years or so are usually needed to introduce new notes. Perhaps

as a result of such haste, many errors are being reported in these

notes. Because of the absence of additional security features (and

presence of mistakes), the task of counterfeiting will become easier.

Also since now there is a higher denomination, it is more profitable

to counterfeit. Thus despite spending so much of public wealth, the

hasty manner of the move will deprive us of any benefit in reducing

counterfeit currency which would have occurred if the new currency had

additional features.

So, why did Modi act in such a rush despite knowing the

associated downsides? The theory is that as the Uttar Pradesh elections

and the model code of conduct are round the corner, the government

decided to implement the move so as to milk the issue before the


8. Reintroducing higher denominations facilitates future hoarding of black cash

Another pitfall of rushing through the decision is that it left

government with no choice other than to reintroduce higher

denominations as today India doesn’t have the infrastructure for a

primarily cashless economy. Doesn’t it make more sense to first focus

on transitioning to a cashless economy and then completely withdrawing

these larger denominations?

By introducing ₹2000 notes, the government has made it easier for

those who want to hoard black money in cash as they will need only

roughly half the space they needed earlier for their ₹1000 notes.

Thus, in this sense this move will give a boost to black economy.

9. Where is the infrastructure for a cashless economy?

The argument that the move will spur a cashless economy is flawed .

First, how does replacing ₹1000 notes with ₹2000 ones help make the

economy cashless?

How does replacing ₹1000 notes with ₹2000 ones help make the economy cashless?

Secondly, merely depriving people of cash doesn’t make an economy

cashless. With only 46% banking penetration, only 22% internet

connectivity, 19% of population without electricity connection (and

others with unreliable connection) and only 1.2 million of 14 million

merchants having point of sale devices, India simply doesn’t have the

infrastructure for a cashless economy. Another problem is the low

level of digital literacy in India. Unless these real challenges are

addressed, withdrawing the bulk of cash only creates chaos as we can

now see.

10. Economic activity is taking a beating

The gross under-preparedness of the government, the sensationalism of

the move and it being inherently economically imprudent, have all lead

to the move creating extreme chaos.

Firstly, the people are desperate for cash, so much of the workforce

that should be productively working is wasting long hours in unending

queues at the banks and ATMs .

Secondly, the abrupt call-back of 86% of cash, has brought the

informal economy to a standstill—this sector is the worst affected,

with the most marginalized suffering the most.

Thirdly, the wide speculation on property and gold pricing will also

undermine economic stability and reduce investors’ confidence in



Thus for the variety of reason discussed above, there is no hesitation

in calling the move an unmitigated disaster. It’s simply a case of

headline management trumping sound economics. The government in its

attempt to win brownie points on the black money issue has rushed into

a decision that is poor economics and may ultimately prove to be poor

politics too.

solution is that the entire Sarvajan Samaj unite and request the CJI and
CEC to dismiss the Lunatic, Murderer of democratic institutions
(Modi),s Central government and all the state governments selected by
the fraud EVMs and conduct fresh elections with paper ballots for
Sarvajan Hitay Sarvajan Sukhay i.e., for the peace, welfare and
happiness of all societies.

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Mayawati said  Modi should stop the “emotional blackmailing” of the people on currency ban.

After describing the Centre’s move to
demonetise high-value currency notes as an “economic emergency”, BSP
chief Mayawati today said Modi should stop the
“emotional blackmailing” of the people who were facing hardships due to
the decision.

“It is good that Modiji has left his family and
village for the country but that does not mean that he would take
immature decisions which are against the public interest and stick to
them. He should stop emotionally blackmailing the people who are facing
hardships due to the move,” she said in a statement issued in Lucknow.

The BSP leader had earlier described the decision to demonetise Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000 currency notes as an “imposition of an undeclared economic emergency” on the country by the Modi

alleged that the decision was aimed at “diverting the attention of the
voters from the failures of the NDA government ahead of the Uttar
Pradesh, Punjab and Uttarakhand Assembly polls”.

“Just before the
Assembly elections in these states, Modi realised the problem of black
money. Ninety per cent of the people is unhappy with this decision,” she

former Uttar Pradesh chief minister said the poor and farmers were
badly hit by the demonetisation, adding that the decision was not in the
interest of the people.

“The common man is facing a lot of problems due to the decision. They have to stand in queues to get their own money.

Businesses have come to a standstill and the people are hassled due to the chaos prevailing in the country,.

Earlier in the day, Modi had said he had left his village and family for the sake of the country.

Press Trust Of India
First published: November 11, 2016, 7:29 PM IST | Updated: 9 hours ago
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Demonetising of Notes Autocratic and Egoistic: Mayawati
File photo of BSP supremo Mayawati (Photo: PTI)

Lucknow: Terming the Centre’s decision to demonetise Rs 500 and Rs
1,000 currency notes as “autocratic and egoistic”, BSP president
Mayawati on Friday said the government that “fails” to even realise the
problems of common people is set to face “bad days” very soon.

“People will punish the BJP for its autocratic and egoistic behaviour.
This decision is aimed at creating an economic emergency,” she alleged
in a statement here.

“It is causing immense hardship to crores of
poor and hardworking people. The BSP taking their problems as its own
had yesterday reacted sharply against it,” the BSP president said.

“When the ruling party of the country is not able to understand the
problems of its citizens, its bad days are not far away. It is being
discussed by the common people,” Mayawati claimed.

Hitting out at
BJP national president Amit Shah for terming the demonetisation an
“economic emergency” for the BSP, Mayawati said, “The BJP president is
perhaps not aware that BSP’s big and small party workers alike have
never allowed the party to face any economic crisis, even in the most
trying times.”

“They have backed the BSP movement, and the entire country is in the know of this,” she said.

The BSP chief “advised” the BJP government to work out the shortcomings of its “immature decision rather than hiding them”.

Kanshi Ram Ji in 1987


“my funds come from various sources which will not dry up. My funds
come from those peole who who produce wealth. The Bahujan Samaj produces
wealth. I get money from them…I don’t feel any dearth of money. If
the money is coming from the treasury, it will be extinguished. I am
getting money from a perennial source fo funds. I need only one crore
rupees to win all 542 parliamentary seats. One day, voters will queue up
to pay money for kanshi Ram,.”

Kanshi Ram Ji in 1993


“I can raise crores of rupees whenever I want. In the villages it is
not Shri Ram any more. Now you can just say Kanshi Ram and get as much
money you want. In the coming days, if you want to give money, you will
have to stand in a three-mile-long queue. Besides, the Bahujan Samaj,
regardless of its poverty, eats food worth Rs 300 crore per day. If they
keep hungry for just one day, we save that much money. Money is not our
problem any more.”

Gandhi gave a call for Quit India Movement

Modi’s is Queue India Movement

as you see people standing in queue all over the country to exchange Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes.

The worst

Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) gobbled the Master Key by
tampering the fraud EVMs as the Ex CJI Sadasivam committed a grave error
of judgement in ordering that only 8 out of 543 seats in the 2014 Lok
Sabha Elections to be replaced as suggested by the Ex CEC Sampath. He
did not order for Paper Ballots to be used till all the EVMs were
replaced. The present CEC say that they will be replaced only in 2019
and he too did not order for paper ballots because it helped Ms
Mayawati’s BSP gained majority of the seats in UP Panchayat Elections.
80 democracies of the world never use these fraud EVMs. The recent
elections in UK used paper ballots.

So Modi is having his hey days.…/mayawati-black…/1/807206.html

Revamp of currency has led to financial emergency-like situation, alleges Mayawati
Mayawati says the ‘crackdown’ on black money had been done keeping in mind the forthcoming Assembly elections.

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati today criticised
demonitisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes saying it was like
imposing financial emergency.

Addressing a press conference at
Lucknow, Mayawati alleged the “crackdown” on black money had been done
keeping in mind the forthcoming Assembly elections. “Modi has
demonitised the currency notes to divert the attention of the people
from its failed promises,” she said.

She accused the BJP’s Modi
of imposing an “undeclared financial emergency” just as the Emergency
imposed by the Congress in 1975.


Mayawati said though Modi talked often about his “chaiwala” days, he
was not bothered about the slum workers. “He (Modi) is not an OBC as he
claims to be, but comes from upper class. He calls himself an OBC to
take political advantage,” she said.

The former UP chief minister
said the poor in her state will teach a lesson to the BJP and its
allies in the Assembly elections regardless of the number of “Parivartan
Yatras” they will launch in UP.Sh

She charged that black
marketing started moments after Modi declared the revamp of currency
notes. “It is said that the BJP people gave a free hand for a few hours
to its men to make windfall gains out of black marketing, asking them to
give commission,” she alleged.

She said there was anarchy all
around. People ran out of their houses as if an earthquake had come. All
major decisions of the Modi has benefitted the capitalists.

can’t hope to fight dishonesty of Modi which has helped corrupt persons
such as Vijay Mallya and Lalit Modi to flee the country. One can’t
appreciate it as one did for the surgical strikes because it has only
created chaos.National security is in peril and our jawans are getting
martyred every day,” she said.

BJP’s Bahuth Jiyadha Psychopath’s)
Rajnath Singh has accepted that Donald Trump, in the run-up to the US
elections, had praised Murderer of democratic institutions ( Modi ) for
RSSizing everything including Trump and said that if voted to power, he
would work on similar lines after gobbling the Master key by tampering
the fraud EVMs
Thousands protesting Donald Trump’s victory in the
presidential election took to the streets for a third night of
demonstrations and vigils in several US cities. An anti-Trump rally in
Portland, Oregon, revved up as protesters confronted police Thursday
night. The crowd remained mostly peaceful until demonstrators met with
an anarchist group that scheduled an 8 p.m. rally at Holladay City Park.
Police estimated there were as many as 4,000 protesters. Portland
police tweeted that the protest was considered a riot “due to extensive
criminal and dangerous behavior.”
Media: Wibbitz

Ore. (AP) — Another night of nationwide protests against Donald Trump’s
election came to a head in Portland, where thousands marched and some
smashed store windows, lit firecrackers and sparked a dumpster blaze.

Some 4,000 protesters surged into the downtown area late Thursday night with chants like “we reject the president-elect!”

Similarly there must be a strong movement of CJI, CEC, and all
democracy loving to throw out Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi)
who got selected through tampering of the fraud EVMs in the larger
interest of Sarvajan Hitay Sarvajan Sukhaya.

We must reject the Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) selected by the fraud EVMs.!

Sarvajan Peoples Power must say

Don’t Mourn Organise to Fight Back!

Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) NOT OUR PM !

As a Sarvajan Samaj we need unity with people of SC/STs/OBCs/Minorities and poor UCs , we need to stand up!

We must fight for the rights of SC/STs/OBCs/Minorities and poor UC people!

We must chant slogans and wave banners bearing anti-Modi messages!

Modi You got everything straight up and down the line, the guy is wrong on every issue !

Trans Against Modi and Make Prabuddha Bharth Safe For All!

Demonetising of Notes Autocratic and Egoistic: Mayawati
Terming the Centre’s decision to demonetise Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes as…

The demonetisation of Rs 1000 & Rs 500 notes is pulling India into chaos.

A newborn died in a hospital in Mumbai after the hospital refused to accept Rs 500 notes.

Four people died in Kerala yesterday, due to the mayhem unleashed by
Modi. One person jumped from the top of a bank building, after he came
to know that he can’t withdraw the money he loaned from his PF account.
Two people collapsed to death after standing long time in the queue in
the hot sun. One woman was hit by a vehicle as she crossed the road to
go to bank to deposit Rs 2000.

Thousands of people are queueing
up before banks and ATMs for much needed cash. Much of them are not
functional yet. I went to 10 ATMs today morning and found that none is

Cashless villagers in Madhya Pradesh’s Bardua village
looted a public distribution system shop (PDS) after its owner refused
them to accept the now-defunct Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currencies for

In the capital city of India, an urban mall was looted
by cashless people needing urgent food items. Where will this all lead
to is anybody’s guess.…/articlesh…/55380988.cms

Rs 3 crore deposit ahead of ban puts West Bengal BJP in a spot

TNN | Nov 12, 2016, 05.03 AM IST

KOLKATA: Deposits of Rs 3 crore made by West Bengal BJP in a
nationalised bank here eight days before the Prime Minister’s
demonetisation announcement have triggered a controversy. The last
transaction, involving Rs 40 lakh, was made minutes before the PM’s

BJP has insisted that the events shouldn’t be seen together; the cash
deposits, it claimed, only proved compliance. The revelations,
however, provided opposition parties enough ammunition to train their
guns at BJP ahead of the November 19 bye-elections to one assembly and
two Lok Sabha seats in the state.

***Sources in the Indian Bank’s Central Avenue branch confirmed that
the deposits were made in four tranches. According to a report
published in CPM mouthpiece ‘Ganashakti’ on Friday, BJP had, on
November 8, deposited Rs 60 lakh and then Rs 40 lakh - all of it in
neatly packed 500 and 1,000 rupee notes. While the first deposit was
made to a savings account (No. 554510034) named Bharatiya Janata
Party, West Bengal, in the afternoon, the second was made around 8pm.
However, it is not clear how the bank was open at 8pm.*** [Emphasis

According to the same report, in a different current account (also
maintained by the party’s state unit) Rs 75 lakh was deposited on
November 1 and Rs 1.25 crore on November 5.
“It’s possible that BJP members were well aware of this ban and that
is why they deposited huge amounts in banks across the nation to make
their black money white,” CPM state secretary Surjya Kanta Mishra

State BJP president Dilip Ghosh, however, ruled out any irregularities
and said, “Normally, party funding happens through donations and cash
forms a part of it. We issue receipts against the cash received.
Copies of such receipts are available with the party for

BJP vice-president Jay Prakash Majumdar said, “Unlike other parties,
who can’t reveal their source of funds, we generally carry out
transactions through cheques. For cash transactions of such amounts in
banks, one has to produce PAN details. The mention of proper PAN and
other details during the transaction proves that it’s a legitimate

Govt selectively leaked info: Congress

Congress accused the Modi government on Friday of having “selectively
leaked” information about the demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000
notes, and demanded that the names of “individuals who benefited from
the advance warning” be made public. Congress spokesman Anand Sharma
said the Centre should provide a list of people who had invested over
Rs 5 lakh in jewellery, forex and shares between October 20 and
November 8 (date of ban).

He pointed to newspaper reports published well before November 8 to
stress that information about the ban came out in public before the
official announcement. He said that the ban had brought “financial
chaos”, and that the long queues at banks and absence of money at ATMs
had spelt acute hardship for the poor.…/

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America enlisted RSS in one of the Biggest Terrorist Organisation in the World


A US-based risk management and consulting company has put the Rashtriya
Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in its category of ‘Threat Group’ and called it
“a shadowy, discriminatory group that seeks to establish a Hindu
Rashtra, a Hindu Nation.”

Terrorism Watch & Warning provides
intelligence, research, analysis, watch and warning on international
terrorism and domestic terrorism related issues; and is operated by OODA
Group LLC that helps clients identify, manage, and respond to global
risks and uncertainties while exploring emerging opportunities and
developing robust and adaptive strategies for the future.

Although the company had included RSS in its ‘Threat Group’ in April
2014, the post seems to have been modified after the BJP led government
assumed power at the Centre. Apart from the RSS, Terrorism Watch has
also put Naxalites, People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and Students’ Islamic
Movement of India (SIMI) among others in the category of ‘Threat

The websites describes: “The RSS is a shadowy,
discriminatory group that seeks to establish a Hindu Rashtra, a Hindu
Nation. The group is considered the radical ideological parent group of
India’s ruling Hindu nationalist party – the Indian Peoples Party

“The RSS is a Hindu nationalist movement, a right wing
group that was founded in 1925. Their philosophy, called Hindutva, was
termed fascist by Communists, and their main demand of the central
government was that it stop appeasing Muslims,” the description
continues, adding, “Hindutva has been translated to mean variously:
Hindu pride, patriotism, fundamentalism, revivalism, chauvinism, or
fascism. The group self-justifies by ‘asserting the natural rights’.”

In its ‘Intel analysis,’ it further adds, “The RSS was banned in 1948
following the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi by an ex-RSS member,
Nathuram Godse. The ban was lifted the following year. Since then, the
group has gained popularity. It later began the Bharatiya Janata Party
(BJP), widely considered the political arm of the RSS, which now heads
the central government of India.”


Describing violence as ‘Group Activities’ for the RSS, the site further
says, “Violence has been a strategy for the Sangh movement. It is often
couched as a method of self-defense against minority groups. Hindutva
has been clear about the need for violence, particularly communal riots.
The Sangh has incited rioting to cause further chasms between
religions, and thus a further separation of religions, and to rally the
Hindu community around the philosophy of Hindutva.”

The Terrorism
Watch & Warning database contains over 1,00,000 Open source
intelligence (OSINT) excerpts from 1999 to present on terrorism and
security related issues, attack database of over 10,000 attacks,
original terrorism analysis, terrorism document repository, Homeland
Security Fact Sheets and profiles over 500 Terrorist/Threat Groups.…/articlesh…/49943534.cms

RSS India’s number 1 terror group: Former Mumbai police officer

KOLKATA: Claiming that the activists of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh
(RSS) have been indicted in at least 13 terror cases across India,
former Maharashtra inspector general of police S M Mushrif on Thursday
described the BJP’s ideological mentor as India’s number one terrorist

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You want this. You want that. You want everything

The eruption of popular outrage over the NDA government’s refusal to
name those Indian citizens who have stashed black money abroad is
understandable: after all, every NDA leader from Narendra Modi to Baba
Ramdev, and even going back to LK Advani in 2009, had made the UPA’s
failure to reveal the names a campaign issue. Indeed, one of the more
popular campaign promises of the victorious Narendra Modi campaign in
2014 - and the most difficult to fulfill - was his commitment to
“bringing back” to India “within 100 days” the billions of dollars of
“black money” reputedly stashed abroad by tax evaders, corrupt officials
and the like.

No one in our country disagrees that black money is a serious
problem, or that the black money squirreled away abroad should be
identified and brought back, if possible. Black money is particularly
pernicious for a developing country like India, because it siphons
resources away that could be spent for much needed investments in
health, education, roads and general public welfare. There were debates
on black money in each one of the first eight Lok Sabhas, but despite
learned judges like Santhanam and Wanchoo heading Committees that issued
voluminous Reports, the problem seems only to have got worse over the

Black money in India is generated by various practices:
real estate transactions, diversion of Government resources from welfare
programmes, kickbacks on Government contracts (especially those
involving international procurement) and malpractices in international
trade, especially under-invoicing.

What is the scale of the
problem? Various numbers, including some fanciful ones, were flung about
in the course of the political debate on the issue. One Internet and
SMS allegation doing the rounds, and cited by the yoga guru and
black-money crusader, Baba Ramdev, claims that it is Rs.1,456
lakh crores of black money. That would be equivalent to some 30
trillion American Dollars, whereas our entire GDP is only 1.5 trillion
– so something like 20 times our current GDP is supposed to be
illegally sitting abroad! We should probably not get our economics from a
yoga teacher.

The more realistic number of the ones generally cited comes from a widely-circulated report called The Drivers and Dynamics of Illicit Financial Flows from India 1948 to 2008,
published in November 2010 by the reputable US-based organization
Global Financial Integrity. It concludes that since 1948, we have lost a
total of 213 billion dollars in illicit money, the present value of
which in today’s dollars would be about 462 billion, or 20 lakh crores
of rupees, which is serious money.

Even when it comes to Swiss
banks, the burden of the BJP’s song for some years now, official Swiss
bank figures show that only 0.07 per cent of all the assets in Swiss
banks are held by Indians - some $ 2.5 billion dollars out of $ 3.5
trillion held in Swiss banks by foreigners, or under Rs.10,000
crore. We are not, therefore, the country with the largest Swiss bank
deposits (”more than all the other countries combined,” one BJP MP had
alleged while in Opposition). Even one illegal rupee in a Swiss bank is
unpardonable. But the real dimensions of the problem should be
understood accurately.

In any case, Swiss banks are a
red-herring in the black-money debate. Swiss banks pay one per cent
interest at the most; it is highly unlikely that Indians with black
money are leaving it there, and far more probable that the bulk is being
reinvested more profitably elsewhere, including in our own country. Why
not? In India, in the last decade, housing prices have risen ten times
since 2000, the Sensex has gone up six times, and Government bonds offer
8 per cent while the best terms abroad are at 3 per cent. This makes
India a very attractive investment destination for Indian money, which
can be routed back to the country in a practice called “round-tripping” -
taking illegal money out but bringing it back as a legitimate
investment, especially through investment havens like Mauritius.

our desire to facilitate foreign investment, we have unwittingly made
“round-tripping” easier  through, for example, the anonymity guaranteed
by participatory notes: 55 per cent of the foreign institutional
investments in India in 2009-10, totalling $ 85 billion, were made
through the participatory notes route. Whereas our domestic investors
have to fulfill stringent ‘know your customer’ norms, these are much
more lax for participatory notes. While we need productive investments
from abroad, we must not allow them to become a contemporary equivalent
of the old “voluntary disclosure schemes” under which the Government
used to soak up black money.

At the same time, there are specific
concerns. 40 per cent of the total FDI coming into India comes from
Mauritius. We have been trying to renegotiate the tax treaty we have
with Mauritius, but inevitably our strategic interests in that country
will affect how far we can push its Government to accede to our demands.
The fact is, however, that there is no taxation on capital gains in
Mauritius, so that if an entity sets up a paper company there, our
Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement becomes in fact a double
non-taxation agreement for us. Our Income Tax Department had the power
to examine and verify whether the resident status of a company in
Mauritius was genuine or not. The NDA Government, whose leading lights
are today waxing indignant on the issue, withdrew that power by Circular
789 of April 2000, under which a simple certification from the
Mauritius Government is now accepted. This has rendered “round-tripping”
from Mauritius much easier, because India no longer has the power to
question the residential status of a company there.

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is also mildly amusing that some of the BJP leaders seem to presume
that tax haven countries are just waiting to hand over information and
money to us, if only our Government is tough enough to ask. The opposite
is true. Whatever India can do in relation to the banks of foreign
countries is subject to the domestic laws of those countries and of
course of international law, including treaties to which India is a
party. Under the Indo-Swiss DTA Agreement, information on Swiss bank
deposits cannot be revealed by them until we provide the names of the
individuals we are investigating, of the banks where they have their
money, and evidence of criminality. The Swiss have made it clear they
will not support “fishing expeditions” for names in their banks. In
addition, we are bound to secrecy clauses; releasing names (except for
prosecution) would violate our undertakings and jeopardize future

No wonder that Switzerland is ranked number one on
this year’s Financial Secrecy Index compiled by the Tax Justice
Network. Since 1934, breaking bank secrecy is a criminal offence in
Switzerland, whereas tax evasion is not a crime under their law.

suggest that the Government of India under the UPA has not been strong
in its efforts is particularly unfair because, since the Pittsburgh G-20
Summit in 2008, India has led the push in the G-20 against banking
secrecy and opaque cross-border financial dealings that protect black
money. India has joined the Financial Action Task Force, and pushed the
G-20 to restructure and strengthen the OECD’s Global Forum on
Transparency and the Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes. The Head
of the Global Forum on Tax Transparency rates India “first in terms of
promoting the standards, in terms of fighting tax evasion, and having
the international community lining up behind it.” Similar praise has
come from the Director of the OECD Centre for Tax Policy and
Administration. And this was all for the much-maligned UPA government.
speakers in the Lok Sabha debate on black money in 2011 referred to
Hasan Ali Khan, the Pune stud farm owner with billions stashed abroad.
But though the case is shocking, he did get caught: his prosecution is
evidence of the Government at work to pursue the holders of black money
abroad. The fact is that there is a lot of domestic black money too —
notably in politics. Election campaigns are awash in black money; most
candidates are reputed to spend far more than the permissible limits,
and the difference has to come in unaccounted (i.e. black) money. Root
and branch reform is necessary.

While it is very easy to shout
slogans or clamour for political change, the real question the country’s
political parties need to ask is what can we do together to resolve the
problem of black money. I would like to suggest a brief list:  we have
to tackle the problem of tax evasion, which would require cooperation
with the Government on tax reform and rationalization and on financial
sector reform.; we need to incentivise compliance; we have to tackle
black money coming from real estate, which again requires cooperation on
effective land titling, on reformed land revenue and land record
systems, and the elimination of policy distortions, including
rationalizing taxation, such as onerous stamp duties which promote

We have to tackle black money in education, which means
removing the scarcity of good education supply in our country, which
permits some colleges to take black money to provide access to good
education. We need effective implementation of government-spending
programmes, especially their financial management. Action to strengthen
law enforcement and criminal justice will help eliminate
terrorism-related funding, which also relies on black money. And we do
need to tackle electoral reforms to ensure that politics does not remain
a major locus of black money. The Lokpal Bill is one of several
measures needed to tackle corruption effectively.

In other words,
I would respectfully say to the BJP leaders who campaigned to bring the
Modi government to power in the name of returning black money that it
would be far better to work together to deal with the real problems
facing this country. Instead of adjourning the House as the BJP
repeatedly did over the issue, we need to use the House to create the
policies and reforms that will enable us effectively to deal with black
money here and abroad. I am sure the new Opposition stands ready to
co-operate with such an endeavor.

Black Money List: New list with BJP names now leaked on Whatsapp!

The Black Money List of
627 names of Indians having foreign bank accounts has been submitted to
Supreme Court by the government.

The Black Money List
of 627 names of Indians having foreign bank accounts has been submitted
to Supreme Court by the government. The government has requested the
Apex court not to make the list public. Interestingly, before the
government submitted the list, two black money lists have been doing the
rounds on social media. It is also claimed that those lists are
revealed by Wikileaks.

We at do not vouch for the
authenticity of the list and leave for you to judge. The two black money
lists are as follows:

First Black  Money List (amount in crores) Second Black Money List (amount in crores)
Ashok Gehlot 220000 Nitin Gadkari 19800
Rahul Gandhi 158000 A Raja 7800
Harshad Mehta 135800 Harshad Mehta 135800
Sharad Pawar 136800 Arun Jaitley 8200
Ashok Chavan 82000 Yediyurappa 14500
Harish Rawat 76888 Reddy Brothers 28900
Sonia Gandhi 75000 Rajnath Singh 9000
M Karunanidhi 56800 Jayalalithaa 15000
Digvijay Singh 36000 Pankaj Modi 35000
Kapil Sibal 28900 Vajubhai Vala 28000
Rajeev Gandhi 19800 Suresh Kalmadi 5900
P Chidambaram 15040 Vasundhara Raje 32000
J Jayalalithaa 15000 Anandiben Patel 18908
Kalanithi Maran 15000

HD Kumarswamy 14500

Ahmed Patel 9000

J M Scindia 9000

Ketan Parekh 8200

A Raja 7800

Suresh Kalmadi 5900

If you will take a look at the two lists
which are claimed to be released by the Wikileaks, it is understood
that in the list majority of the people belong to a particular party.
While the first list contains names of Congress party members, the
second list has BJP names.

Indian Black Money in Swiss Bank List

WikiLeaks posted in the website that – Indian money in Swiss Banks
than any other nationality. We have proof regarding their names, amount
and name of bank which we got from Rudolf Elmer. We have 2000 names in
two discs, the major share is from India. The source of income is from
project hedge, illegal share in stock market, drug deal, fake project.
The deposits in Swiss Bank was started from early 70s. Major share of
Indian black money routed from Pakistan. We published the link in
rapidshare server, address is on port 9999 (SSL enabled).
The Indian government needs to be more aggressive in tracking the black
money stashed in foreign banks since Indians depositing money in foreign
banks is debasing the rupee. Otherwise WikiLeaks will do the job.

Indian Black Money in Swiss Bank List

Indian Black Money in Swiss Bank List by Wiki Leaks

Black Money in Swiss Bank mainly from India - Wiki Leaks

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