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Advani said that if the Central Government could seriously work to bring back the black money stashed away in foreign banks then the rural areas of the country could be immensely benefited by it.
"If we can bring back 25 lakh crore rupees back to India then all the villages in this country would get electricity and water for 24 hours. The farmers of every village would get water for agriculture, good schools, roads and all facilities hospitals. There would be prosperity in the villages of India,"-Comment

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Asked by venkatesaldevarajan, 11 Nov '11 02:52 pm
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Mr Lal Kishen Advani\'s dream for Prime Minister-ship post will end in 2014, unless his party wins. These talks are necessary to project him as a crusader against corruption and dishonesty and he believes that the Indian masses can be easily fooled by words and lots of words without any action in the past,present and the future. He is one of the hall mark politician who only talked,talks and will talk without delivering anything. He is a beautiful orator ,actor and .............. it ends there.
Answered by Josna, 11 Nov '11 06:56 pm

 
  
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1) First of all, he should have done something with regard to the above when his party was ruling the nation. He did nothing.
2) Secondly, the above becomes only an election issue while he is on Rath Yatra. He never talks about it the rest of the time. Why? So, his actions do not match what he preaches in public?
3) He gave some statistics about the black money stashed abroad. To be frank, there is no official figure so far. Nobody knows the current data on black money. Everyone wants to imagine the thing and weave a story to tell the gullible audience especially at the election time.
4) Actions speak louder than voice. As a first step towards this direction, he should make sure that his party ruled states set an example to others in good and corruption free governance. He has been silent on Yedyurappas gigantic corruption for several years until one day Supreme Court said enough is enough. We need to be convinced that he means business.
Answered by Tony Fernandez, 11 Nov '11 04:36 pm

 
  
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That includes everyone\'s. Does he really mean it or is it one of those aging guffaws?
Answered by Rajendra G, 11 Nov '11 03:33 pm

 
  
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If wishes were horses ????????????????????????????????????????????
Answered by iqbal seth, 11 Nov '11 03:15 pm

 
  
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It is not dearth of money that is responsible for under development of the villages or poverty in our country. The poverty is due to non equitable distribution of income in the country. Probably 90% of the money already available in our country are concentrated in the hands of 10% of the population whereas only 10% of the nations wealth are accessible to remaining 90% of the population. If the money parked abroad are brought in, it will get grabbed by the few who are in the top of the pyramid and the bottom will hardly benefit from them unless some economic policy are in place that ensure the band separating the haves and have not are narrow, say as in Japan.
Answered by Shyam, 11 Nov '11 03:04 pm

 
  
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Yes he is right, but then the moot question is whether this money will come back to India ? are we not giving the owners of this ill-gotten money enough time to remove the money to safety
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 11 Nov '11 02:54 pm

 
  
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Great speech
Answered by Atish krishna, 11 Nov '11 02:53 pm

 
  
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Probably in most of the cases People spend more energy in collecting taxes.than getting it done right on priority.
Answered by Vilas Deshpande, 29 Jan '13 05:25 pm

 
  
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