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Tainted netas joining BJP

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Sad state of affairs! May be the Tamil adage" Thorn can be taken out only by a thorn" is true in politics!! Earlier tainted Shiv Sena nay Congress and now BJP supporter Narayan Rane joined NDA...Now another tainted neta Mukul Roy has joined BJP!!



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BJP may justify it with their effort to win Bengal. Not a seems to be a good move. He should have kept at distance till such time the charges (?) against him in Sharda scam are dropped. May hamper clean image the party is trying to project.


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They all are politicians. BJP has no special ethics, they have accepted each and every one of the corrupt politician from other parties.

Modi might be corruption free, but so was Manmohan Singh.

Across the country, ‘prominent’ political leaders allegedly facing corruption charges or undergoing investigations against them, are currently crossing over to the BJP according to media reports. In some cases, these are leaders that the BJP had earlier accused for involvement in scams. There is media speculation about other similar leaders moving to join BJP. All this suggests that the “zero tolerance to corruption” rhetoric during and after the 2014 General Election campaign which grabbed the attention of millions of people propelling it to power, seems not to be taken seriously by this government.

Here are some high profile crossovers, all of whom reportedly had some charges against them at some point. There seems to be a specific pattern in the decisions of a number of leaders in joining the saffron party from different states – they are running scared and think that that BJP will provide sanctuary.

On 03 November 2017, in West Bengal, Mukul Roy, one of the founding leaders of Trinamool Congress (TMC), officially joined BJP. This decision comes a week after the Enforcement Directorate (ED) had summoned Mukul Roy along with three other TMC leaders in connection with the Narada sting case . In 2014, Narada News CEO Mathew Samuel conducted a sting operation and put forward a video in which 12 TMC leaders including Mukul Roy were allegedly seen accepting money from Samuel, who was posing as a businessman, in lieu of favours. As of now, the case is still under investigation by ED.

Ahead of Himachal Assembly elections in 2017, former Union telecom minister Sukh Ram's son Anil Sharma, who served as cabinet minister in the previous congress government, has joined the BJP on October 15. This also meant unofficial support by Sukh Ram to BJP, who is currently facing a probe for alleged involvement in first telecom scam.

In August, 2015, Himanta Biswa Sarma, a former Congress leader from Assam, who supposedly has a good hold in North East state politics, joined BJP. He is currently serving as the Assam Health Minister in the BJP Government in the state. It is surprising that just one month before his defection, in July 2015, BJP had alleged that he was a ‘key suspect’ in Guwahati water scam which came to light in 2010.

After year-long political instability in Arunachal Pradesh, Pema Khandu, along with 32 MLAs of Peoples’ Party of Arunachal (PPA) joined the BJP leading to the formation of a full-fledged BJP government in December 2016. Reportedly, Chief Minister Khandu was facing charges of “corruption and criminal conspiracies” in the state which came out after the death of former chief minister Kalikho Pul. PPA secretary-general Kaling Jerang accused Khandu with allegations of corruption based on a suicide note left behind by late Kalikho Pul.

The speculation that Narayan Rane, formar Maharashtra CM, who recently founded Maharashtra Swabhiman Paksha party, may cross over to the ruling BJP resurfaced again in the backdrop of cabinet reshuffle in Maharashtra. Narayana Rane, besides facing money laundering allegations, is also accused for alleged irregularities in denotification of land by industrial departments and is facing an ongoing probe.



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The BJP has been far more corrupt than the Congress. The Mopa airport is a huge land scam which is an action replay of the Special Economic Zone scam. The Investment Promotion Board is the fountain head of mega corruption, particularly during the tenure of Laxmikant Parsekar as chief minister.

SCAM: It is alleged that more than 80 per cent of the land given to the contractor at Mopa is for commercial development and not for the new Greenfield International airport. This is an action replay of the Special Economic Zone scam.

IN ANOTHER of these notorious U-turns for which the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is well known for, the Income Tax Department has threatened to slap charges against even those depositing between `2 lakh and `2.5 lakhs in devalued currency under the newly enforced Benami Transaction Acts. The Modi government has also threatened to penalise those who deposit money and those whose accounts the money is deposited in. The rationale is that people with large amounts of black money are using their employees, maids and drivers to convert black money to white through their accounts.

question should be asked not just to Parsekar but to all the ministers of the current government. If the Congress, which ruled Goa between 2007 and 2012, was voted out because of rampant corruption, the present BJP government should not be allowed to win even one seat in the 2017 election. It has been a hundred times more corrupt then the Congress government.
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