Monday, September 14, 2009

Swiss Banks blank out black money

New Delhi, Sept 13 Scores of citizens today took out a protest march organised by Bharat Punar Nirman Dal, a political party run by a group of IITians, at India Gate here against "laziness" of the Government in bringing back black money of Indians deposited in Swiss and other foreign banks.

Omendra Bharat, an M Tech from IIT Kanpur, who coordinated the march claimed that if the Government could manage to bring back Rs 70 lakh crore allegedly parked in foreign banks by some Indians, every family may be able get Rs three lakh.

Addressing the gathering, Sanjeev Bharat, also an IITian alleged,"the government was reluctant on the matter because the people sitting in Parliament and the bureaucracy must have their accounts in such banks".
Source: PTI
Citizens take out march to demand bringing back black money
Swiss Banks in denial mode
No statistics about black money: Swiss banks

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