Operation Black Money Part 2: Modi Govt Conducted Raids On 18 Bureaucrats Of Nine States - BSYnews.com


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Friday, April 7, 2017

Operation Black Money Part 2: Modi Govt Conducted Raids On 18 Bureaucrats Of Nine States

Modi government has launched its second operation on black money which has been named as Operation Bureaucrat. It is reported by ABP News that raids are being conducted at the whereabouts of 18 bureaucrats of nine states. These bureaucrats include IAS officers, IFS officers, engineers, bank employees, etc.
In Uttar Pradesh only, raids are being conducted at 5 places in 3 cases and ED is also conducting raids at the premises of Ramendra Singh, the person who gave all the information about the Yadav Singh case.
If you remember, after demonetization took place on 8th November, PM Modi gave a chance to the black money hoarders to declare their income by 31st March. The Income Tax department also made it clear to the black money hoarders that they either declared the income in the scheme or faced the law. Additionally, the department said that the list of those defaulters who wouldn’t declare their income in the scheme would be shared with other departments.
The Enforcement Directorate also conducted raids on the premises of 300 shell companies on April 1. These companies were used to convert black money into white for politicians like NCP leader Chagan Bhujbal, YSR Congress leader Jagan Mohan Reddy, former engineer Yadav Singh from Noida and many others.

Not only this, the shell companies were also used to convert old currency notes of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 into new currency but PMO planned to deal with such companies in February only and for this purpose, a task force was formed.
This is certainly a great move by the government, as everyone feels that nobody can touch the top officials. What do you have to say? Share your views about the article in the comments section below.

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