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Chidambaram Arrest: Narendra Modi, The Avenger?

Narendra Modi frequently pledged to send “corrupt” opposition leaders to jail. Are those threats coming true?

08/31/2019 2:58 AM
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  • G A.
    08/31/2019 03:03

    Yr itne subah feku ka dalna zaruri tha kya..iska shakal dekh liya subah.. aaj toh gaya kaam se

  • Rohan G.
    08/31/2019 03:05

    Mota Bhai wo sab ok hai...hamare jobs ki lagi padi hai

  • Faiz A.
    08/31/2019 03:08

    3rd class banda modi.

  • Naveen J.
    08/31/2019 03:09

    It's the consequences of Chidambaram's karma.. he is sowing what he reap during his tenure as Home Minister.

  • Mohammed N.
    08/31/2019 03:10

    Maut sachaee hain yeh sach sey koi nahee bach saktaa. Dekna hain yeh chor chowkidaar aur unka tadeepaar maut ku bhee jumley sunna key lauta dengey?

  • Ankit B.
    08/31/2019 03:12

    Why only opposition leaders?

  • Siddhartha S.
    08/31/2019 03:16

    Hang this Chidu ilk,

  • Alfred D.
    08/31/2019 03:16

    The financial mess made by BJP is biggest scam no wonder GDP is falling ..u see god statue created so that they can save BJP #modisarkarresign

  • Amir M.
    08/31/2019 03:17

    According to ex Chief Justice of India 7 families holding 50% of Indian financial stocks!! Surprisingly all 7 supporting butcher of gujrat 👎

  • Harish K.
    08/31/2019 03:17

    Always opposition leaders going to jail...why not jail corrupt BJP leaders. Modi is always saying great things but in practical it quite opposite.

  • Chintan P.
    08/31/2019 03:23

    Ofcourse yes! MODI for INDIA

  • Sai K.
    08/31/2019 03:25

    Love you modi

  • Prasanna K.
    08/31/2019 03:26

    Making fool others every second with the support of media and the support of reliance and adani otherwise you have not done good for the people.

  • Lijai J.
    08/31/2019 03:31

    Next will be Ur turn ji for India's biggest corruption for falling #GDP

  • Pruthvi P.
    08/31/2019 03:32

    politics Jagan Mohan Reddy declares assets worth Rs 375 crore, 31 criminal cases Jagan’s family’s total assets amount to Rs 510 crore. Nitin B. Friday, March 22, 2019 - 19:13 Share @Whatsapp Share @Facebook Share @twitter Share @reddit Image: PTI YSRCP chief Jagan Mohan Reddy has declared assets worth Rs 375 crore in his election affidavit, whereas his wife has declared assets worth over Rs 124 crore. Their two daughters have assets worth Rs 6.5 crore and Rs 4.6 crore, taking the family’s total assets to Rs 510 crore. The amount was declared by Jagan who filed his nomination papers with the returning officer for the Pulivendula constituency in Kadapa district on Friday. Jagan, who is contesting from his homeground, has his eyes on the Chief Minister’s seat if his party, YSRCP, manages to win a majority in the upcoming elections scheduled on April 11. Jagan has declared his profession as politics and public service, whereas his wife Bharathi is a business person. He has also declared liabilities worth Rs 1.2 crore, and that he and his spouse have ‘liabilities under dispute’ in the form of government dues totaling to Rs 66.7 crore and Rs 6.8 crore respectively. In 2014, his total movable assets were Rs 313 crore while that of his wife were Rs 57 crore. His immovable assets were worth Rs 30 crore and Bharathi’s were worth Rs 14 crore. This meant Jagan’s total assets in 2014 were Rs 344 crore while his wife’s total assets were 72 crore, taking the family’s total assets to approximately Rs 416 crore. This means that the assets of the YSRCP chief’s family increased by close to Rs 100 crore in the last five years. Assets According to his self-declared affidavits, Jagan said that his sources of income included his salary as an MLA, his pension from his MP term, rental income, bank interests, and agriculture. He possesses a total of Rs 43,560 cash in hand while his spouse Bharathi YS holds Rs 49,390 in hand. Movable assets While Jagan declared that he possesses movable assets worth Rs 3,39,88,99,792 (excluding his cash in hand) while his spouse’s movable assets stand at Rs 92,52,99,962 according to the affidavit. His two children, Harshini Reddy, Varsha Reddy had self-declared movable assets of Rs 6,45,62,191 and 4,59,82,372 respectively. This includes jewellery under his spouse’s name, who possesses gold and diamond weighing 5.86 kg, amounting to Rs 3,57,16,658 in the market. His two children own gold and diamonds weighing 4.19 kg and 3.46 kg, worth Rs 3,16,13,435 and Rs 3,12,46,415 respectively. Jagan also has investments in the form of equity shares of unlisted companies including Bharathi Cement corporation Pvt Ltd and investment in mutual funds, totaling Rs 3,17,45,99,618 while his wife, Bharati, has investments totaling Rs 62,35,01,849. The YSRCP chief said that he did not own any vehicle, but four bulletproof cars were registered in his name in view of ‘stipulation by Ministry of Home Affairs’, which included a BMW X5 and three Mahindra Scorpios. Immovable assets As far as land is concerned, Jagan and wife own agricultural and non-agricultural, land along with commercial and residential buildings, whose market value stood at Rs 35,30,76,374 and Rs 31,59,02,925 respectively. Total assets This would bring the total assets declared by Jagan to Rs 3,75,19,76,166 and that of his spouse to Rs 1,24,12,02,887. The families total assets amount to Rs 5,10,37,23,616. Liabilities While Jagan’s dependents declared that they had no liabilities, he has declared liabilities worth Rs 1,19,21,202. The YSRCP chief also declared that he and his spouse have ‘liabilities under dispute’ in the form of government dues totaling to Rs 66,68,54,338 and 6,75,01,281 respectively. Criminal cases Jagan faces a slew of cases against him which are being investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Enforcement Directorate (ED). Jagan’s affidavit says that he has 31 criminal cases which included sections of the IPC related to defamation, assault and criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of duty, criminal intimidation, defamation, criminal conspiracy, forgery and rioting among others. He also has seven cases under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), and 11 cases under the Prevention of Corruption Act pending against him. The CBI has filed several chargesheets in the case against Jagan, his aides, former state ministers, IAS officers, corporate entities and businessmen. The case relates to alleged investments made by private firms and individual investors in Jagan’s companies in return for favours they received when his father YS Rajasekhar Reddy was Chief Minister between 2004 and 2009 The ED had earlier said that its investigations revealed that Jaganmohan Reddy laundered the proceeds of his alleged crime through his group of companies which included Sandur Power, Classic Realty, Silicon Builders, Saraswati Power and Industries and 10 other firms in the form of investments, purchase of movable and immovable properties and third party payments

  • Daniel V.
    08/31/2019 03:35

    It's incredible that only the opposition members are corrupt!?🤔

  • Sawan N.
    08/31/2019 03:35

    I got a problem with your headline....if law is catching up with the corrupt...how is it considered a threat ....

  • Deborah J.
    08/31/2019 03:41

    What about opposition leaders bought by the govt & what about the ruling leaders with corruption. Are they saints. What about Godhra roits. What about Shah & his son assets. Can you put some light on those as well please.

  • Sanki S.
    08/31/2019 03:42

    Jailed the A part so that the B part can take their places. Well done.

  • Royson d.
    08/31/2019 03:42

    Ok. Now let's talk about the highest number of criminals in the BJP.