Advani raises poll pitch, targets CongressApril 17th, 2009 - 2:34 pm ICT by ANI
New Delhi, Apr.17 (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) Prime Ministerial candidate L K Advani today demanded that the UPA Government should make efforts to bring back the black money deposited by Indians in foreign banks and also raise the issue at an upcoming G-20 meet.
Advani, who was unveiling a report of a four-member task force of the party formed to look into the issue of Indian black money in foreign banks, said it was more dangerous than the black money circulated inside the country.
He said as the National Security Advisor himself had pointed out, the black money from outside the country finds way into the Indian market as “terror money”.
He also demanded that the government should raise the issue of black money in the G-20 meet scheduled on April 25.
The four-member task force appointed by the BJP leadership to look into the issue comprises chartered accountant S Gurumurthy, Prof Vaidyanathan of IIM Bangalore, security expert Ajit Doval and lawyer and BJP Lok Sabha nominee Mahesh Jethmalani. (ANI)
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