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    BJP white-washes old currency transporting episode;


    BJP white-washes old currency transporting episode;

    ‘A trail from Sept meet suspected'

    Tawi, Dec 7:

    BJP today white-washed the serious allegation against one of its Ministers for transporting a huge amount of old demonetized currency notes escorted by his official vehicles attributing to its internal enquiries.

    Party's General Secretary Ram Madhav today rejected the allegations made against one BJP minister of transporting a large currency of demonitised note in his official vehicle, saying that the charges are “baseless” and “false.”

    “There is no truth in these allegations. I request you (media) to think over it when you give importance to such allegations,” he told reporters here today.

    BJP's arch rival Congress and other opposition parties have already launched an agitation to get alleged corrupt ministers exposed and sacked. Besides local BJP leaders have themselves started a whisper campaign against their own ministers. As per reports the state BJP leaders are divided into various lobbies and they too have sent over a dozen letters mailed and faxed to the party high command on the implicitly of one Minister in transporting the old currency in his official vehicle which they alleged that issue has been hushed up.


    A faction loyal to top BJP Minister has been reportedly making serious accusations against the supporters of a union minister for his alleged hand in these episodes. A whisper has been also around that this was a residual part of money consignment of old currency notes which were initiated for exchange somewhere in September on prior information of old currency ban. The transaction process was blessed and decided by top BJP leader overseeing Organizational matter with the top minister.


    However, the party in-charge of the state said,”I had held a full enquiry into this and talked to all the concerned and our party people. They all have said that these are baseless allegations.”

    Madhav also ruled out any reshuffle in the state cabinet.

    “I don t know about PDP. As far as BJP is concerned, there is no reshuffle on the cards,” he said.

    When asked about the purpose of his visit to Jammu, he urged the media to refrain from making assumptions as he usually visits the state in 2-3 months to review party affairs.


    The Northlines is an independent source on the Web for news, facts and figures relating to Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh and its neighbourhood.

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