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Revealed! Links between PM Modi’s demonetisation and Sahara’s bribery diar

In the last two days we’ve reported on the astonishing details emerging out of the Sahara and Aditya Birla Group diaries, whose entries revealed payments of crores made to ‘CM Gujarat,’ ‘Modi ji,’ ‘CM MP,’ ‘CM Chhattisgarh’ and ‘Shaina NC Ji.’

While the Birla diary mentioned a payment of Rs 25 crore (see below) to ‘Gujarat CM (12 Done-rest?),’ documents seized from Sahara premises were even more incriminating as revealed by Janta Ka Reporter.


On page 89 of the Sahara diary, the Income Tax department’s appraisal report mentions at least eight payments made to ‘Modi ji’ in Ahmedabad via one, ‘Jaiswal ji.’

These payments, totalling Rs 40.10 crore, were made to ‘Modi ji’ by ‘Jaiswal ji’ between 30 October 2013 and 21 February 2014. By then Modi was already the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate and had launched the campaign for the Lok Sabha elections.

On the same page, there are entries of others significant payments made to ‘CM MP,’ ‘CM Chhattisgarh’ and ‘CM Delhi.’

‘CM MP’ was paid Rs 10 crore in two installments through one ‘Neeraj Vashisht’ while payment of Rs 4 crore to ‘CM Chhattisgarh’ was made by ‘Nandi ji.’

‘CM Delhi’ received Rs 1 crore by same ‘Jaiswal’ who had made payment of Rs 40.1 crore to ‘Modi ji’ and ‘CM Gujarat’ on 23 September 2013.

#NotInMyName Protest" data-image-description="<div class="row"> <div class="heading-part"> <h1>Armed Forces veterans write open letter to PM Modi: Condemn targeting of <a class="zem_slink" title="Muslim" href="" target="_blank" rel="wikipedia noopener">Muslims</a>, <a class="zem_slink" title="Dalit" href="" target="_blank" rel="wikipedia noopener">Dalits</a></h1> <h2 class="synopsis">In the letter the Armed Forces veterans said they stand with the ‘Not in My Name’ campaign and that the Armed Forces stand for “<a class="zem_slink" title="Unity in diversity" href="" target="_blank" rel="wikipedia noopener">Unity in Diversity</a>“. They added the current situation in the country is that of fear, intimidation, hate and suspicion.</h2> </div> </div> <div class="row"> <div class="leftpanel"> <div class="story-details"> <div class="main-story"> <div class="articles"> <div class="full-details"> <div class="share-social"></div> <p><span class="custom-caption"><img class="size-full wp-image-4774180" src="" alt="Quit India Movement, Narendra Modi, Independence Day, communalism, casteism, corruption, terrorism, poverty, india news" data-lazy-loaded="true" /></span></p> <div id="impulseadcontainer" class="ImpulseAd"></div> <p><span class="custom-caption">Rameswaram: <a class="zem_slink" title="Narendra Modi" href="" target="_blank" rel="homepage noopener">Prime Minister Narendra Modi</a> and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami during inauguration of former President A PJ Abdul Kalam’s memorial at Peikarumbu in <a class="zem_slink" title="Rameswaram" href="" target="_blank" rel="wikipedia noopener">Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu</a> on Thursday. PTI Photo by R Senthil Kumar (PTI7_27_2017_000220B)</span></p> <div class="dnews"></div> <p>Highlighting the recent attacks on Muslims and Dalits in the country, the veterans of the <a class="zem_slink" title="Indian Armed Forces" href="" target="_blank" rel="wikipedia noopener">Indian Armed Forces</a> have written an open letter to Prime Minister <a href="">Narendra Modi</a>expressing their distress and condemning the relentless vigilantism of the self-appointed protectors of Hinduism. In the letter, the veterans said they stand with the ‘Not in My Name’ campaign and that the Armed Forces stand for “Unity in Diversity”. They added the current situation in the country is that of fear, intimidation, hate and suspicion.</p> <p>They said, “what is happening in our country today strikes at all that the Armed Forces, and indeed our Constitution, stand for. We are witness to unprecedented attacks on society at large by the relentless vigilantism of self-appointed protectors of Hinduism. We condemn the targeting of Muslims and Dalits. We condemn the clampdowns on free speech by attacks on media outlets, civil society groups, universities, journalists and scholars, through a campaign of branding them anti-national and unleashing violence against them while the State looks away.”</p> <p>The letter has been signed by 114 veterans of the Armed Forces. The Armed Forces comprise of the Indian Army, Indian Navy, and Indian Air Force.</p> <p><em>Here is the full text of the letter by the veterans:</em></p> <p>We are a group of Veterans of the Indian Armed Forces who have spent our careers working for the security of our country. Collectively, our group holds no affiliation with any single political party, our only common commitment being to the <a class="zem_slink" title="Constitution of India" href="" target="_blank" rel="wikipedia noopener">Constitution of India</a>.</p> <p>It saddens us to write this letter, but <a class="zem_slink" title="2013 in India" href="" target="_blank" rel="wikipedia noopener">current events in India</a> have compelled us to register our dismay at the divisiveness that is gripping our country. We stand with the ‘Not in My Name’ campaign that mobilised thousands of citizens across the country to protest against the current climate of fear, intimidation, hate and suspicion.</p> <p>The Armed Forces stand for “Unity in Diversity”. Differences in religion, language, caste, culture or any other marker of belonging have not mattered to the cohesion of the Armed Forces, and servicemen of different backgrounds have fought shoulder to shoulder in the defence of our nation, as they continue to do today. Throughout our service, a sense of openness, justice and fair play guided our actions. We are one family. Our heritage is like the multi-coloured quilt that is India, and we cherish this vibrant diversity.</p> <p>However, what is happening in our country today strikes at all that the Armed Forces, and indeed our Constitution, stand for. We are witness to unprecedented attacks on society at large by the relentless vigilantism of self-appointed protectors of Hinduism. We condemn the targeting of Muslims and Dalits. We condemn the clampdowns on free speech by attacks on media outlets, civil society groups, universities, journalists and scholars, through a campaign of branding them anti-national and unleashing violence against them while the State looks away.</p> <p>We can no longer look away. We would be doing a disservice to our country if we do not stand up and speak for the liberal and secular values that our Constitution espouses. Our diversity is our greatest strength. Dissent is not treason; in fact, it is the essence of democracy.</p> <p>We urge the powers that be at the Centre and in <a class="zem_slink" title="United States" href=",-77.0166666667&amp;spn=0.1,0.1&amp;q=38.8833333333,-77.0166666667 (United%20States)&amp;t=h" target="_blank" rel="geolocation noopener">the States</a> to take note of our concerns and urgently act to uphold our Constitution, both in letter and in spirit.</p> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> " data-medium-file="" data-large-file="" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-76658" src="" sizes="(max-width: 960px) 100vw, 960px" srcset=" 960w, 300w, 768w, 696w, 747w" alt="15058605_10154652408664400_87119244_n" width="960" height="540" />

On page 90 of the report, a list of similar payments are outlined, but here ‘Modi ji’ is stated as ‘CM Gujarat’ while the person, who made these payments remained ‘Jaiswal ji.’

On Page 91, other names include one ‘Shaina ji NC,’ who was paid through ‘Uday Ji.’ ‘Ms Shaina NC ji’ is stated to have been paid Rs 4 crore. According to the documents, ‘Shaina ji NC’ was paid Rs 4 crore in four installment between 28 August 2013 and 20 January 2014.

Page 92 has the list of several names, who are yet to be paid their promised amount. The sheet also has a line, which says, ‘Shania NC/Chief of BJP- ask her to help from A.(Advocate) General to withdrawal(close) Bombay case.’


Sahara and Birla were raided in October 2013 and November 2014 respectively. The tax authorities were carrying out an investigation when, all of a sudden, the man at the helm of the probe, KB Chowdary, was made the head of the Chief Vigilance Commission. This, according to the Supreme Court lawyer Prashant Bhushan, was Narendra Modi government’s first attempt to scuttle the probe.

As expected, Bhushan challenged his appointment.

Meanwhile, Sahara had already approached the Income Tax Settlement Commission.

But the question is; why did Sahara choose to approach the Settlement Commission as opposed to challenging the allegations against the company in the court of law.

Income tax experts feel that had Sahara opted for the legal route because the process of going through the tribunal and appeals in lower court to the Supreme Court would have lasted for years. This would have meant that income tax authorities needed to retain all the seized documents, which had incriminating evidence against the powerful leaders.

One senior IT officer told Janta Ka Reporter on the condition of anonymity, “This would have kept the noose hanging over those whose names appeared in the diary. It was in the interest of both Sahara and the leaders, mentioned in the diary, to have these documents destroyed.”

So, how do they destroy documents, already in IT department’s possession?

Income Tax Settlement Commission

Set up in 1976, Income Tax Settlement Commission allows a ‘one-time tax evader or an unintending defaulter to make clean breast of his affairs.’

This is what the Settlement Commission’s website states on its existing provision, “The settlement mechanism allows taxpayers to disclose additional Income before it over and above what has been already disclosed before the Income tax Department. The applicant has to pay full amount of tax and interest on the additional income disclosed before the Commission, before filing the application. The Commission then decides upon the admissibility of the application and in case of admitted applications, carries out the process of settlement in a time bound manner by giving opportunity to both parties.”

The commission has ‘wide power of granting immunity from Penalty and prosecution’ and ‘most crucially, the ‘orders passed by the Commission are final and conclusive.’

In essence, its order can’t be challenged in the court of law.

The benefit of the settlement mechanism ‘can be availed by a taxpayer only once in life-time.’ With these benefits in mind, Sahara moved the Settlement Commission, which has reportedly concluded the final hearing and the verdict is imminent any time now.

Should the Settlement Commission rule in Sahara’s favour, the company has the right to ask for the documents seized from its premises back. Experts say that that this will provide Sahara an opportunity to destroy the documents, leaving no trace for the future.

Demonetisation link

On 25 October this year, Bhushan wrote to all investigating agencies including the Chief Vigilance Commissioner and the two retired judges heading the Special Investigating Team on black money about bribery details stated in Sahara diaries.

Curiously, two days later, Jagran newspaper carried the central government’s plans to do away with Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes and introduce new Rs 2,000 note.

#RightToPrivacy Case" data-image-description="<div class="qQVYZb"></div> <div class="utdU2e"><strong> </strong></div> <div id=":1w1" class="ii gt adP adO"> <div id=":1w2" class="a3s aXjCH m15d83dab47206575"> <div dir="ltr"> <div class="gmail_quote"> <div dir="ltr"> <p dir="ltr"><strong>A Summary of Day 4 of the Nine-Judge Constitution Bench Hearing</strong></p> <p dir="ltr">The 9-Judge Constitution Bench continued hearing the arguments of the <a class="zem_slink" title="Government of India" href="" target="_blank" rel="wikipedia noopener">Government of India</a> to settle the question of whether there exists a fundamental right to privacy in <a class="zem_slink" title="India" href=",77.2083333333&amp;spn=0.1,0.1&amp;q=28.6133333333,77.2083333333 (India)&amp;t=h" target="_blank" rel="geolocation noopener">India</a>. In August 2015, the Government of India denied that a fundamental right to privacy exists in India in the ongoing <a class="zem_slink" title="Aadhaar" href="" target="_blank" rel="homepage noopener">Aadhaar</a> case. After the 9-judge bench finishes hearings on the limited question of whether Indians have a fundamental right to privacy, a 5-judge bench is then expected to rule on whether the Aadhaar scheme violates such a fundamental right and will thereby decide the fate of the Aadhaar project.</p> <p dir="ltr"><span class="m_6116526217446643467m_-6677435171447663212gmail-aBn"><span class="m_6116526217446643467m_-6677435171447663212gmail-aQJ">On Thursday</span></span>, arguing for the <a class="zem_slink" title="European Union" href=",4.35&amp;spn=0.1,0.1&amp;q=50.85,4.35 (European%20Union)&amp;t=h" target="_blank" rel="geolocation noopener">Union</a>, the Attorney-General K.K, Venugopal began with reading out <a class="zem_slink" title="United States" href=",-77.0166666667&amp;spn=0.1,0.1&amp;q=38.8833333333,-77.0166666667 (United%20States)&amp;t=h" target="_blank" rel="geolocation noopener">US</a> Supreme Court decisions arguing that “informational privacy” can never be a fundamental right. In the discussion, Justice DY Chandrachud countered this position saying America lagged behind Europe in protecting informational privacy. In response, the Attorney-General reiterated that the right to privacy could not be determined without taking into account cultural and environmental norms, which he held the US courts had done, and that India should not imitate foreign jurisprudence.</p> <p><span class="m_6116526217446643467m_-6677435171447663212gmail-im"><br /> </span></p> <p dir="ltr">Justice Chandrachud expressed the need to determine what kind of data gets protection under privacy laws, which in turn brought up the question of balancing compelling state interest and legitimate state interest. To the AG’s subsequent argument for the consideration of legitimate state interest (with which Justice Chandrachud and Nariman did not agree), Justice Chandrachud underlined the need for robust data security mechanisms.</p> <p><span class="m_6116526217446643467m_-6677435171447663212gmail-im"><br /> </span></p> <p dir="ltr">Subsequently, the <a class="zem_slink" title="Solicitor General of India" href="" target="_blank" rel="wikipedia noopener">Additional Solicitor-General</a> Tushar Mehta read out provisions from the <a class="zem_slink" title="Aadhaar (Targeted Delivery of Financial and other Subsidies, benefits and services) Act, 2016" href="" target="_blank" rel="wikipedia noopener">Aadhaar Act</a>. 2016, dealing with information sharing. Justice Nariman asked if the discussion on privacy interests in the Aadhaar Act suggested a legal recognition of privacy. Choosing not to answer that directly, the ASG sought to assure the court that the Act protected both privacy and data.</p> <p dir="ltr">Attorney-General K.K. Venugopal, however, jumped in with the claim that protecting privacy through a legislative Act meant that there was no fundamental right to privacy. He reiterated that if there was a fundamental right to privacy it could not be claimed in relation to Aadhaar. In conclusion, he revisited the two cases at the heart of the Constitution Bench hearing – M.P. Sharma and <a class="zem_slink" title="Kharak Singh" href="" target="_blank" rel="wikipedia noopener">Kharak Singh</a>– and emphasized that the majority views in these should be upheld.</p> <p><span class="m_6116526217446643467m_-6677435171447663212gmail-im"><br /> </span></p> <p dir="ltr">Senior Advocate C.A. Sundaram then argued for the State of Maharashtra, claiming that privacy could not be unambiguously defined and could only be protected insofar as the impact on other fundamental rights.Justices Bobde, Khehar, and Chandrachud retorted that even life and dignity could not unambiguously denied. Continuing after lunch, Mr. Sundaram claimed that the framers of the Constitution had only included exact rights as fundamental rights. He argued for testing privacy against other <a class="zem_slink" title="Fundamental rights" href="" target="_blank" rel="wikipedia noopener">Fundamental</a> Rights and said it was not a fundamental right per se.</p> <p dir="ltr">Sparring with the Justices, Mr. Sundaram sought to show how Kharak Singh as well as various subsequent judgments in India and the US primarily dealt with other fundamental rights rather than privacy, and that zones of privacy were created by specific guarantees. Justice Nariman countered that seeing privacy solely in the context of liberty was difficult, but agreed to the later point that if privacy was recognized as a fundamental right, its extent would have to be defined.</p> <p dir="ltr">On the same day, <a class="zem_slink" title="Right to food" href="" target="_blank" rel="wikipedia noopener">Right to Food</a> campaign issued a strongly worded statement stating that the Campaign was “shocked and dismayed” that Government of India’s had claimed in court a day earlier that even if Aadhaar infringed on privacy, it was doing to so to protect Right to Food and Right to life.</p> <p dir="ltr">The Right to Food campaign stated that government data shows lakhs of low income households, pensioners are not able to access their food rations because of errors in Aadhaar seeding, network failures, and biometric failures. The Campaign opposes the use of Aadhaar in ration, mid day meals, and other nutrition schemes. Aadhaar does not protect or enhance the Right to Food and the Right to Life in fact it deepens the difficulty faced by the poor in accessing these fundamental rights.</p> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> " data-medium-file="" data-large-file="" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-76610" src="" sizes="(max-width: 960px) 100vw, 960px" srcset=" 960w, 300w, 768w, 696w, 813w" alt="Jagran" width="960" height="496" />

According to sources, the CVC allegedly alerted Union Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley about the complaint filed by Bhushan. Jaitley, in turn, warned Modi about Sahara kickback details getting wide publicity.

Bhushan said, “Clearly, my complaint to CVC and SIT caused trepidation among the establishment. They were really worried not only about this information being in possession of others but also that complaints had now been filed to ensure no hush up was done in the probe as revelations were just too serious.”

Government insiders said that whilst the Modi government had planned to launch the demonetisation sometime early next year, his decision to announce the measure so soon left many senior leaders in the government surprised.

On 8 November, Bhushan wrote to the Settlement Commission reminding them about the seriousness of the revelation in the Sahara diaries. He requested the commission not to show any immunity in the matter.

The letter turned out to be the real ‘catalyst’ and reportedly spurred Modi to immediately do something ‘big’ to divert attention.

Bhushan said, “Since this government is very good at diverting attention, it took refuge in demonetisation on this occasion because it allowed Modi to take a moral high ground on the issue of black money. He felt that after his announcement on demonetisation, it will be difficult for people to question him on the Sahara allegations.”

Modi allegedly decided to go ahead with the demonetisation plan the same day Bhushan wrote to the Settlement Commission even though banks had ‘extremely insufficient’ cash and there was no adequate plan to calibrate the ATMs across the country. Hence the continuing chaos at banks across India.

All ‘BJP friends’ were allegedly alerted in time to dispose off their old notes to avoid ‘substantial losses’ following Modi’s announcement on 8 November. This explains why BJP’s West Bengal unit was allegedly in a ‘hurry’ to deposit Rs 1 crore into its Central Avenue branch the same day before the announcement was publicly made.

#Aadhaar, school denies her admission #WTFnews" data-image-description="<section class="title_section clearfix"> <h1 class="heading1" data-articletitle="">How   Aadhaar denies rights (in this case <b>the right to education</b>) and excludes people from benefits … and this is about a little girl whose siblings had no trouble.</h1> <p><span class="time_cptn"><a class="zem_slink" title="Navbharat Times" href="" target="_blank" rel="homepage noopener">Navbharat Times</a> | </span></p> <div class="leftsocial"></div> <div class="topsocial actions"></div> </section> <div id="div-gpt-ad-1994947675375-0-59757384" data-size="[660,90]" data-google-query-id="CIDwwpSsqdUCFRUVaAod27YNxA"></div> <section class="highlight clearfix" data-highlight="false"><img title="Tanaaz's fingerprints did not register, hence her Aadhaar card was not generated" src=",width-400,resizemode-4/59757394.jpg" alt="Tanaaz's fingerprints did not register, hence her Aadhaar card was not generated" data-imgid="59757394" /><span class="img_cptn">Tanaaz’s fingerprints did not register, hence her <a class="zem_slink" title="Aadhaar" href="" target="_blank" rel="homepage noopener">Aadhaar</a> card was not generated</span></section> <div class="article_content clearfix"> <div class="section1"> <div class="Normal"> <p><a class="zem_slink" title="New Delhi" href="" target="_blank" rel="wikipedia noopener">NEW DELHI</a>: A <a class="zem_slink" title="State school" href="" target="_blank" rel="wikipedia noopener">government school</a> in <a class="key_underline" href="">south Delhi</a> has denied admission to a seven-year-old girl as she failed to produce her <a class="key_underline" href="">Aadhaar</a> card. The Aadhaar centre in her locality couldn’t make the card as her fingerprints were unrecognisable.</p> <p>The girl’s family that stays in <a class="key_underline" href="">Ghitorni</a> village is worried about her future as they can’t afford to educate all three children in private schools. Aziz Khan, father of the girl, said he has three children – a nine-year-old daughter and seven-year-old twins. Among the twins are a boy and a girl who were studying in a private school. A driver by profession, Aziz found it difficult to bear the expenses, so he tried to enrol them in a nearby <a class="zem_slink" title="Municipal Corporation of Delhi" href="" target="_blank" rel="homepage noopener">Municipal Corporation of Delhi</a> (<a class="key_underline" href="'s">MCD</a>) school for the current session.</p> <p>The school said that Aadhaar card is necessary for admission. So, Aziz went to the Aadhaar card center with his three children. The elder daughter and the son quickly got their Aadhaar cards, but since the younger daughter Tanaaz’s fingerprints didn’t register, her card was not issued. Aziz then went to <a class="key_underline" href="">Mehrauli</a> tehsil for help but there was no solution to be found there.</p> <p>After this, he again contacted the school administration with the girl’s birth certificate, but the school refused to clear her admission without Aadhaar card. Now, Ajiz is worried that his daughter’s entire school year might be ruined.</p> <p>Advocate <a class="zem_slink" title="Ashok Agarwal" href="" target="_blank" rel="homepage noopener">Ashok Agarwal</a>, who files PILs related to the right to education, was surprised that a government school was denying admission to a seven-year-old girl because she doesn’t have Aadhaar. Agarwal says that under the <a class="zem_slink" title="Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act" href="" target="_blank" rel="wikipedia noopener">Right to Education Act</a>, no school can deny admission to a child of 6-14 years due to a document. Secondly, even if the government has made Aadhaar mandatory, it should also make alternative arrangements when it comes to matters like school admission so that it doesn’t lead to such problems.</p> </div> <div> <p>Upendra Yadav, who runs the Aadhar card center, points out that there have been several cases in which Aadhaar has not been issued due to problem in recording biometrics like fingerprints.</p> <div class="last6brdiv"></div> <div class="last5brdiv"></div> <p>However, the law has provisions in place for these cases. The Unique Identification Authority of India (<a class="key_underline" href="">UIDAI</a>) must be given a written complaint. Some people complained, but their problem has not been solved so far.</p> <div class="last4brdiv" data-topcmt-status="true"></div> <div class="last3brdiv"></div> <p>Moreover, children’s card needs to be renewed after they attain the age of 14. In such a case, children’s cards can be issued on the basis of other identification.</p> </div> </div> </div> <p><input id="csi" type="hidden" /></p> " data-medium-file="" data-large-file="" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-76600" src="" sizes="(max-width: 1200px) 100vw, 1200px" srcset=" 1200w, 300w, 768w, 1024w, 696w, 1068w, 746w" alt="cw-wzjwuqaargqp" width="1200" height="676" />
A BJP MLA from Rajasthan, Bhawani Singh has publicly admitted that ‘Adani and Ambani’ were informed in advance about the demonetisation plan.
There are also reports that one BJP MP, who also owns a company that manages cash movement for ATMs and banks, paid his employees six months advance salary hours before the announcement on demonetisation.
The central government has been condemned for its inability to deal with the fallout of the demonetisation announcement.
Within a span of one week, the Modi government has had to change its directives several times. They first capped the exchange limit for old notes to Rs 4,000 but was soon forced to increase it to Rs 4,500. However, just couple of days later, it reversed its own decision by reducing the limit from Rs 4,500 to Rs 2,000.
It was only after Modi had made the announcement that his government came up with the idea to apply indelible ink on those who had exchanged their old notes once.
It was also after 47 people had died that the government increased the weekly withdrawal limit to Rs 24,000 for everyone and Rs 25,000 for farmers.
The government finds itself in an utter mess largely due to no planning into a decision of such magnitude. Had they stuck to their original plan of launching the measure next year, most of the present mess may have been avoided. But, it seems, the government was indeed in a hurry to go ahead with this monumental move allegedly to divert people’s attention from incredibly serious charges of corruption.

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Comments (4)


    The report reflects the shady deals by the politicians and industrialust tycoons in carefully covering up the black money before implementation of demonetization scheme

  2. Prof.Dr. Jacob Parappally

    My God! How ordinary citizens are made to believe through PM and the bought-up media that demonetization was a wonderful act of political genius to bring back black money, digitization of money transactions though above 50% of the Indian population is illiterate, to counter terrorism supported by counterfeit money printed by Pakistan and what not! All people can be fooled for sometime, some people for all time but all people cannot be fooled all time. May God save India and those who stand for truth and justice! Thank you for this revelations. I appreciate your courage. Kudos to Prasanth Bhushan and his tribe of people who are after truth and public propriety and fairness!

  3. Miriam

    Is is truth that Mr.PM is acting apart.
    He will stand in front of people n answerable to them

  4. Alice

    Our honourable Prime Minister is making the tax paying citizens of India fools by his wonderful reform of demonetization to hide his own and other bigwigs’ corruption . This is real crime which calls for retribution.The voters of India who brought him to power now stand cheated beyond limit.If Mr. Modi has any humanness left in him let him consider the immense harm he has done to the ordinary citizens of this country ,let him hang his head in shame and bow and ask pardon of the families who have lost their loved oned standing in the queue to get their hard earned money changed for their everyday living.Who will deliver India from the monsters who swallow the poor of this great nation?

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