Govt should utilize dark cash for welfare of needy individuals, says Manoranjan Roy
Govt should utilize dark cash : Manoranjan Roy, a Mumbai-based RTI extremist who got the data that more than Rs 745 crore was kept in Ahmedabad District Cooperative (ADC) Bank, talked solely to India Today and said that he was amazed when he got this information from National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD).
“Since 2012, I am taking follow up of dark cash issue. I have recorded a case in Bombay High Court moreover. After demonetisation, in 2018, I had requested data to NABARD about what number of center banks are there in the nation and what amount demonetised notes they have gotten. I got points of interest of more than 370 banks. After exhaustive research all things considered, we became acquainted with that ADC Bank got Rs 745.59 crore where BJP national president Amit Shah is one of the governing body,” said Roy.
Roy was astounded to perceive how a little area community bank got such a colossal sum as store inside only five long periods of demonetisation.
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“RBI had forced an impediment on storing cash of Rs 2 lakh for every record. Yet, this co-agent bank resuscitated tremendous assets was amazing for me. I have learnt that individuals who had saved more than Rs 2 lakh have gotten takes note. At that point why this went unnoticed? I have no data about RBI or Income Tax office have sent notification to investors of this bank in the event that they had surpassed as far as possible,” Roy said.
“It would seem that an approach to change over the dark cash into white,” he included.
Roy is as yet chipping away at the other piece of the information and endeavoring to uncover all the more such data. He’s a crusader who began his battle against dark cash in 2012 and needs that dark cash to be utilized for needy individuals’ welfare.
“My following stage is to get more data and uncover this dark cash trick further. I need to ask the legislature what they have accomplished by doing demonetisation as Indian rupee is as yet weaker than dollar in the global market.
(This Story originating From INDIATODAY)