Narendra Modi faces 'blackmoney' flak after fund 'overspend'
Thu Apr 10 2014, 12:43 hrs
BJP PM candidate Narendra Modi filing his nomination papers for the Lok Sabha elections 2014 in Vadodara. Narendra Modi was in the line of fire over the unprecedented publicity blitzkrieg by the BJP with the Congress alleging that 90 per cent of the estimated Rs 10,000 crore expenditure is black money. (PTI)
Narendra Modi listens to Zafar Sareshwala, a businessman who runs a BMW dealership in Ahmedabad, during an event on business harmony in Ahmadabad. (AP)
"I have never seen this kind of media blitzkrieg. Rs 10,000 crore is the publcity campaign budget of BJP and Narendra Modi. He promises to bring back to the country black money stashed abroad, but 90 percent he is using in elections, is black money," Anand Sharma said slamming Modi. (PTI)
Anand Sharma said that the BJP campaign to project Narendra Modi was of such a massive magnitude that it has not been seen in independent India. (AP)
Anand Sharma said it was strange that when blackmoney was involved in the BJP campaign, Narendra Modi is declaring that he would deal with the menace of black money when he becomes the Prime Minister. (PTI)
"We have to take Narendra Modi seriously now for his claim that he was capable of unearthing black money. This is an advance demonstration of not only his capability to unearth black money but to use it. People of India need to be told about it in proper perspective from where this money is coming from," Anand sharma said.