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The apex court slammed the government for its lethargy in getting the black money back. The court asked the government to disclose names of foreign bank holders against whom I-T proceedings have been concluded.it also told the government that it could not have agreed with other countries under double taxation avoidance treaty not to disclose names of foreign bank account holders who have deposited illicit money abroad. -Even S.C has to order government like this ,does this not necessitating inclusion of the complete executive set up including the P.M to be brought under lokpal ?

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Asked by venkatesaldevarajan, 04 Jul '11 04:16 pm
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The way SC has slammed the govt for its shoddy deal and its performance over black money it is clear that govt has failed to do its duty faithfully as per constitution . The office of PM is very much under the eye of the SC and fingers are pointing to PMO . Under the circumstances PM should be necessarily brought under the ambit of Lokpal .
Answered by sk singh, 04 Jul '11 05:18 pm

 
  
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Yes it is the strongest point I feel, that the office of the P M must also be under the lokpal bill
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 04 Jul '11 04:17 pm

 
  
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