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Rs 3,118 crore stored in 11 Gujarat banks connected to Amit Shah, BJP after DeMo: Congress

Rs 3,118 crore stored in 11 Gujarat banks connected to Amit Shah, BJP after DeMo: Congress

Rs 3,118 crore stored : Inside five long stretches of demonetisation, rejected cash charges worth Rs 3,118.51 crore were kept in eleven Gujarat locale agreeable banks connected to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Congress said today, refering to a RTI answer.

Rs 3,118 crore stored in 11 Gujarat banks connected to Amit Shah, BJP after DeMo: Congress
The Congress cited RTI information that shows, according to a news agency report, that a Gujarat district co-op bank which has Amit Shah (in photo) as a director, netted Rs 745.59 crore within five days of the announcement of demonetisation.

“It is currently authoritatively evident that this whole exercise was the greatest trick in free India, reveled to change over its evil gotten ‘dark cash’ into ‘white’,” Congress representative Randeep Surjewala said in an announcement.

Recently, the Indo-Asian News Service (IANS) distributed a give an account of the RTI data refered to by the Congress. These points of interest were gotten by the extremist Manoranjan S Roy and gave by the central general chief and re-appraising specialist of NABARD.

The RTI data demonstrates the Ahmedabad District Cooperative Bank (ADCB) got the most astounding stores of demonetised notes (among region community banks), and got Rs 745.59 crore inside five long periods of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s declaration on November 8, 2016, IANS said.

The news organization said BJP president Amit Shah was the bank’s administrator in 2000, and keeps on being a chief – a position he has held for quite a long while.

NABARD said today that the stores at the bank were in accordance with its size, and all KYC standards were clung to. It saw nothing strange in the rejected notes saved or traded between November 10 and 14 out of 2016.

“Directly behind ADCB,” IANS’s report stated, “is the Rajkot District Cooperative Bank, whose administrator Jayeshbhai Vitthalbhai Radadiya is a bureau serve in Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani’s legislature. It got stores of old monetary standards worth Rs 693.19 crore. Strikingly, Rajkot is the center of Gujarat BJP governmental issues – Prime Minister Modi was first chosen from that point as a lawmaker in 2001.”

“Unexpectedly, the figures of Ahmedabad-Rajkot DCCBs are substantially higher than the zenith Gujarat State Cooperative Bank Ltd, which got stores of a unimportant Rs 1.11 crore.”

IANS watched that all locale helpful banks were prohibited from tolerating stores of demonetised notes after November 14, 2016 – five days after the note boycott – “on fears that dark cash would be washed through this course”.

The Congress’ announcement specified nine different banks (see underneath), including Surat District Cooperative Bank Ltd and Sabarkantha District Central Cooperative Bank Ltd.

A demonstrator holding a replica of the old 1,000 rupee note during a protest organised by the Congress party, to mark a year since demonetisation was implemented by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in Kolkata on November 8, 2017.
A demonstrator holding a replica of the old 1,000 rupee note during a protest organised by the Congress party, to mark a year since demonetisation was implemented by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in Kolkata on November 8, 2017.

The gathering stated, refering to data it distributed in an annexure to its announcement (see beneath), that the RTI data “uncovers the critical national picture, which additionally sets up that the whole exercise of demonetisation was intended to profit a select gathering of BJP cronies…”

“…States controlled by BJP and its partners/supporters got the biggest extent of stores in the area agreeable banks i.e Rs 14,293.71 crore out of Rs 22,270 crore (64.18 for each penny), contrasted with non-BJP ruled states at the season of demonetisation.”

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Sanjay Bhagat

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Sanjay Bhagat is a news author in various news category and has worked on local newspapers.

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