Sunday, January 15, 2012

Re: [HumJanenge] Properties of Political Parties

I think Mr Iyer has given a great idea. A list can then be put up on the web as also sent to the IT auth for scrutiny in case any rules have been flouted.

Based upon his experience, may be Sh Sarbajit can throw some light upon the practicality of this.  
With warm regards,

Col Mahesh Khera

From: Iyer <>
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Sent: Sunday, 15 January 2012 10:54 AM
Subject: [HumJanenge] Properties of Political Parties

By now the political parties in India might have  accumulated more wealth by movable and immovable properties. In the name of Trusts etc.,

Will any activists collect the details of this properties in last five years IE the properties in 2000, 2005 and 2010 and 2012., method of collection who is the largest contributor, does any politician or party bought immovable properties abroad in the name of trust, the activities of the trusts owned by the political parties, and these trusts, how it helped the society etc.

Of-course this is a long process and it may take a year or two.

If some one bring the clear picture that will give a opinion about the so called public servants to the innocent public, who hopes that the rulers and would be rulers will do good for them

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