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Our Indians' Money - 70,00,000 Crores Rupees In Swiss Bank

1) Yes, 70 lakhs crores rupees of India are lying in Switzerland banks. This is the highest amount lying outside any country, from amongst 180 countries of the world, as if India is the champion of Black Money.

2) German Government has officially written to Indian Government that they (German Government) are willing to inform the details of holders of 70 lakh crore rupees in their Banks, if Indian Government officially asks them.

3) On 22-5-08, this news has already been published in The Times of India and other Newspapers based on German Government's official letter to Indian Government.

4) But the Indian Government has not sent any official enquiry to Germany for details of money which has been sent outside India between 1947 to 2008. The opposition party is also equally not interested in doing so because most of the amount is owned by politicians and it is every Indian's money.

5) This money belongs to our country. From these funds we can repay 13 times of our country's foreign debt. The interest alone can take care of the Centre's yearly budget. People need not pay any taxes and we can pay Rs. 1 lakh to each of 45 crore poor families.

6) Let us imagine, if Swiss Bank is holding Rs. 70 lakh crores, then how much money is lying in other 69 Banks? How much they have deprived the Indian people?Just think, if the Account holder dies, the bank becomes the owner of the funds in his account.

7) Are these people totally ignorant about the philosophy of Karma? What will this ill-gotten wealth do to them and their families when they own/use such money, generated out of corruption and exploitation?

8) Indian people have read and have known about these facts. But the helpless people have neither time nor inclination to do anything in the matter. This is like "a new freedom struggle" and we will have to fight this.

9) This money is the result of our sweat and blood. The wealth generated and earned after putting in lots of mental and physical efforts by Indian people must be brought back to our country.

10) As a service to our motherland and you contribution to this struggle, please circulate this note amongst your friends and relatives and convert it into a mass movement.
13th April 2009 From India, Madras

Sweetradha4u
Recruitment
Tajsateesh
Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling

Swiss is a different country and why do they tell to German Govt to send a letter to our Indian Govt?? Swiss bank is meant for its confidentiality, as I heard long back. Can any one clarify me on this??
13th April 2009 From India, Bangalore
Hang on everyone...just give Radha a break.
She ONLY got the names wrong...but the figures are ALL correct. It's the Switzerland govt that wrote to the Indian govt--and that too since it had to make major changes in it's laws due to American pressure-since the US govt wanted it to govt the names of US citizens who put their ill-gotten wealth in Swiss banks.
If you are following the latest on the present Elections, all the parties....BJP, & others.....are now promising to bring that money back. No wonder, they would...at least in their Election Manifestos, since much of the money would belong to Congress ministers [remember Bofors, etc anyone?] from 1947 to 1991-that's when the Economic Reforms began and the need/opportunity for hoarding black money in Swiss banks began to come down-not that it is now 0%.
Rgds,
TS
13th April 2009 From India, Hyderabad
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