BSP supremo Mayawati: After detecting over Rs 104 crore by Enforcement Directorate in accounts belonging to the BSP and party supremo Mayawati’s brother, the Dalit leader cleared that the money deposited in his accounts was as per the norms.
While refusing all the allegation of corruption, Mayawati accused at the BJP and the Centre saying it is misusing official machinery to target its political opponents.
BSP supremo Mayawati: Modi should reveal his party’s deposit
“If the Prime Minister has even a little bit of honesty, he should reveal his party’s deposits and accounts pre and post November 8,” she told reporters at a briefing. It was on the night of November 8 that Prime Minister Narendra Modi made the surprise announcement of demonetising old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes with the aim of flushing out black money from the economy. Since Nov 8, the ED has been doing routine survey and inquiry operations to check suspicious and large cash deposits in banks.
“I want to say that my brother who earns a living by doing a small business also deposited money in a bank account as per IT norms,” Mayawati was quoted saying by news agency ANI.
BJP has played a trick to denigrate party’s image
She said that BJP objective is to tarnish the image of the BSP ahead of the Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh where parties where will go head-to-head. The assembly elections are scheduled to early next year. The four parties BJP, BSP, SP and the Congress will give a fight to each other win the elections.